Hunter Dickinson's big second half helps No. 3 Michigan dump No. 4 Ohio State

A meeting of two of the top teams in the nation. A potential preview of a pair of Final Four contenders and projected No. 1 seeds. Sunday’s showdown between No. 3 Michigan and No. 4 Ohio State lived up to the billing as the rivals exchanged blow after blow throughout the battle of Big Ten heavyweights. When the dust settled, the Wolverines were able to come out on top with a hard-fought 92-87 victory at Value City Arena in the rivalry’s first top-five matchup thanks to a dominant second-half performance from freshman center Hunter Dickinson. Dickinson had 22 points and nine rebounds, with 16 p…

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