Recap: Michigan Forces OT, Lose to Wisconsin

Michigan's Derrick Walton Jr. knocked down a three-pointer with 1.3 seconds left in regulation to force overtime with No. 6 Wisconsin but the Wolverines couldn't overcome 22-points from Frank Kaminsky, falling 69-64 in overtime. Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz break down the action and positives for the Wolverines.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- A game tying three-pointer with 1.3 seconds left in regulation was enough for Michigan to force overtime with No. 6 Wisconsin Saturday, but the Wolverines couldn't overcome a 22-point effort by Frank Kaminsky as the Badgers snatched the game back in overtime 69-64.

Down the stretch it was Walton Jr. once again stepping to the forefront without the services of Caris LeVert. Walton Jr. scored Michigan's final seven-points of regulation, finishing the night with 17 total.

Although the Wolverines were handed a loss at Crisler Center, Michigan can take several positives out of this effort as Big Ten play continues with Nebraska heading to Ann Arbor Tuesday.

Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz take a closer look at Michigan's loss to Wisconsin:


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