With the opportunity to take control of the Big Ten title, Michigan beat Tuesday night at Penn State and lost 75-69.
Michigan could not get up early in the game when Penn State opened a fight on fire on offense. Nittany Lions started the game shooting seven out of 10 from the court, jumping out to a 17-9 lead early in the game.
Penn State could not get to an even bigger driver in the first half as his misdemeanor went cold in half. Wolverine's offense fought to get in the first half, turning the ball over and went two in eight out of three.
Wolverines cut into Penn State's lead late in the first half, but Penn State went on a 9-2 round to finish the first to go up with 1
After half an hour, Penn State made three of his four free throws to Beilin's technical technique, but Michigan's junior point guard Zavier Simpson returned with a three. It took later in the second half of Michigan to cut the lead. Midway through the second half cut Michigan Penn State led to four, but Penn State's Myles Dread returned with a three-pointer to put his team back up seven.
Michigan's crime became cold late in the game, as Wolverines couldn't get closer to each other.