Trey Burke scored 30 points, including nine in overtime as Michigan overcame a nine-point deficit in the final 4:38 to win in overtime and advance to the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament.
The Wolverines (24-8) will play the winner of the late game between Purdue and Ohio State on Saturday following the Michigan State-Wisconsin game.
Tim Hardaway Jr. finished with 20 points while three Gophers scored in double figures, including Andre Hollins with 21.
Evan Smotrycz hit his only shot of the night — a 3-pointer — with 17 seconds to play to tie the game in regulation and give the Wolverines a shot in overtime.
That’s when Burke took over as Michigan opened overtime on an 8-1 run never looked back.