Men's Basketball

Senior guard Derrick Walton notched his eighth career double-double in Michigan's win over Purdue on Saturday.

Saturday night, Derrick Walton Jr. was on full display, finishing with 17 points on 6-for-12 shooting, 11 rebounds and five assists to notch his eighth career double-double en route to an 82-70 upset over No. 14 Purdue. More than that, he showed a side of himself that seldom came out for much of his career.

Sophomore forward Moritz Wagner made his presence felt on both ends of the court against Purdue.

On Senior Day, it was sophomore forward Moritz Wagner who took center stage, leading the way for the Wolverines on both ends of the court in their upset win over the conference-leading Boilermakers.

Michigan coach John Beilein and the Wolverines will have their work cut out for them against Purdue.

The Wolverines will return to Ann Arbor to take on the conference-leading Boilermakers, who are in the midst of a six-game win streak, in their final home game of the season.

Purdue center Isaac Haas will be a tall order for the Wolverines to go up against on Saturday.

The Daily sat down with Purdue’s Isaac Haas at Big Ten Media Day in October to talk about what it’s like being 7-foot-2, his transition from Alabama to Indiana, and what he has in common with Shaquille O’Neal.

Redshirt sophomore forward DJ Wilson recorded the fourth double-double of his career with 10 points and 11 rebounds against the Scarlet Knights.

It wasn’t a dominating performance for Michigan — not even close. But the Wolverines prevailed, winning 68-64 in Piscataway despite the high-pressure situation.

Senior forward Mark Donnal will need to contribute on the glass when the Wolverines face Rutgers on Wednesday.

The Wolverines have a chance to bounce back from last weekend’s loss on Wednesday night, when Michigan will travel to Piscataway for a matchup against Rutgers in what will be the first of a three-game, 10-day stretch.

Senior guard Derrick Walton Jr. and the Wolverines encountered difficulties late in the game against Minnesota.

The Wolverines have too much experience, talent and endurance to keep on fumbling late-game situations.

Junior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman couldn't convert from the line in overtime, serving as just one example of the Wolverines' struggles from the charity stripe.

An abnormal night for a Michigan team ranked No. 4 in the NCAA with a 78.9 percent conversion rate from the free-throw line set the stage for a crushing 83-78 overtime loss to Minnesota on Sunday afternoon at Williams Arena.

Junior forward DJ Wilson converted from beyond the arc to send Michigan to overtime, but the Wolverines couldn't pull out the victory.

What may have been dubbed the “Miracle in Minnesota” wasn’t to be, as the Golden Gophers outscored the Wolverines 11-6 in overtime to pull out the 83-78 win.

Senior wing Zak Irvin put together an impressive 18-point, five-rebound and three-assist night against Wisconsin.

Zak Irvin broke out of his four-game slump with what might have been his best all-around performance of the conference season.

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