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Michigan Wolverines guard Nik Stauskas (11) drives the ball against Wisconsin Badgers guard Trae Jackson (left) at the Kohl Center. Michigan defeated Wisconsin 77-70. (Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports)

Michigan shocks No. 3 Wisconsin, 77-70

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By Andrew Wagner
The Sports XChange
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MADISON -- It's over. At long last, the Michigan Wolverines' 11-game losing streak at theKohl Center finally came to an end with a 77-70 upset of the No. 3 Badgers Saturday afternoon.

Michigan had lost 10 of its last 12 to Wisconsin overall but hadn't won in Madison since 1999 - the building's first year of operation - but Michigan coach John Belein brushed off the significance.

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