ANN ARBOR, Mich. John Beilein isn't a big fan of birthdays.
That didn't stop Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. from getting him one heck of a gift for No. 60.
Burke and Hardaway combined for 39 points and, more importantly, a pair of game-clinching blocked shots in the final 10 seconds as No. 3 Michigan ralliedfor a 76-74 overtime win over 10th-ranked Ohio State on a wild Tuesday night at the Crisler Center.
"It's after midnight, so thank God my birthday is over," Beilein said. "I always seem to have stressful birthdays, but this one was worse than most. I guess I got a nice present in the end, though."
The Wolverines bounced back from Saturday's 81-73 loss at Indiana, which cost them their top ranking, and avenged their first loss, on Jan. 13 at Columbus.Michigan also kept its Big Ten title hopes alive. A second loss to Ohio State would have meant that the Wolverines (21-2, 8-2) would have to finish 8-0 to get even a share of the conference championship, and that would be tough ...