It was a big day in the world of college basketball on Sunday, particularly for Michigan and Ohio State. Coming into the game ranked #3 and #4 respectively, the two teams knew that a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament could be on the line. When the dust had settled, the Wolverines were standing firm on top, having held off a late run by the Buckeyes to win 92-87.
They got 23 points and nine rebounds from Hunter Dickinson while also getting 17 from Eli Brooks. That was enough to help them go to 16-1 despite seeing the Buckeyes’ Duane Washington, Jr. drained 30 on the day.