POSTED: Friday --- March 14, 2008 ---
Joe Krabbenhoft scored 12 points and Michael Flowers keyed No. 8 Wisconsin offensively and defensively in the Badgers' 51-34 victory Friday over Michigan, the lowest-scoring game in Big Ten tournament history.
The 34 points scored by Michigan is an all-time low in the ten year history of the Big Ten tourney. The Badgers held the Wolverines to a 20% field goal shooting percentage. Brian Butch was held in check by the Wolverines going 0-7 from the field and finishing with just one point.
The Badgers will take on the winner between Michigan State and Ohio State Saturday at noon.
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