ANN ARBOR, Mich. — New year, same results. No. 16 Michigan rang in 2021 in impressive fashion on Sunday night, using a season-high 12 made 3-pointers and a resounding all-around effort to throttle No. 19 Northwestern, 85-66, at Crisler Center. It was the first time in the all-time series — 175 total meetings — both teams were ranked in the Top 25 when they squared off. But this time, it wasn’t much of a contest. After relying on the long ball and draining nine 3-pointers in the first half to build a 14-point lead, the Wolverines turned to freshman center Hunter Dickinson to blow the game open….