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Badgers upset No. 2 Wolverines by 10 points

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Wisconsin Badgers defeated the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines on Saturday afternoon. The Badgers won 64-54 over the Wolverines at Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin.

This was the Badgers first win over an Associated Press Top 2 team at home since Feb. 2011.

Wisconsin Badgers forward Ethan Happ dribbles to the basket against the Indiana Hoosiers

Ethan Happ dribbles to the basket against the Indiana Hoosiers (Getty Images)

The Badgers improved to 12-6 with the win. They are now 12-6 on the season.

Wisconsin improved to 4-3 in conference play.

This was the Wolverines first loss of the season. They fell to 17-1 overall.

Michigan is now 6-1 in conference play.

Ethan Happ led the Badgers with 26 points. He had 10 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals.

This was Happ’s first 26-point performance of the season. His season-high 34-point performance on Dec. 8 against the Marquette Golden Eagles in a 74-69 overtime loss.

He was the lone Wisconsin player in double-digits.

The Badgers had 15 points. Aleem Ford had nine points with two rebounds.

Jon Teske led the Wolverines with 15 points. He also had seven rebounds, two steals, and four blocks.

Teske had his second 15-point performance of the season. His season-high is 17 points, which he has accomplished three times, including on Sunday, Jan. 13 against the Northwestern Wildcats.

He was one of three Michigan players, who scored in double-figures. Jordan Poole had 14 points, while Zavier Simpson had 11 points.

The Wolverines had nine bench points. Isaiah Livers led the bench with five points, five rebounds, and one assist.

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