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Denver (AP) – Colorado State won its ninth straight Big Ten regular-season game with a 65-61 win over No. 12 Michigan on Saturday.
The Rams (14-1, 10-0) were the last unbeaten Big Ten team left in conference play.
The victory was the first of back-to-back for the Rams (8-1).
The Wolverines (11-4, 4-4) lost at Northwestern on Thursday and then lost to No. 1 Indiana on Saturday night.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke said his team was in the right mindset.
The Wolverines had three players ejected from Saturday’s game and had four players suspended for a second straight game.
“We came out and we did the right things,” Hoke told reporters after the game.
“We’re going to get better.”
The Rams also outrebounded the Wolverines 35-35 in the paint and hit 15 of 20 from 3-point range.
The game was tied at 73 at the half.
The Rams were 12 of 24 from 3 and outrebounds the Wolverine defense 44-30.
After the game, Hoke described his team’s play as “defensively balanced.”
“I thought the game was really good,” Hoe said.
“I thought our guys were just dominating the paint.”
The Wolverine big men led the way with 19 points each.
Michigan shot 55.9 percent from the field and held Colorado State to a season-low 26.5 percent shooting.
The last time the Rams shot better than 45 percent was Nov. 20, 2007 against Purdue.
Colorado State has won six straight home games, including a win over the Wolverins in November.
The Spartans are 5-0 in their last eight home games and 4-1 against top-ranked opponents this season.
Michigan is 2-3 at home.
It will next play at Notre Dame on Saturday in a rematch of a 2014 NCAA Tournament game.