Upset May Cost Michigan a No. 1 Seed

USA Today

About two minutes remained in Wednesday night's game between Michigan and Penn State when the Nittany Lions student section unleashed an "I believe that we will win chant" during a timeout.

For the first time since Big Ten play began, they were right.

In an upset nearly as seismic as TCU's shocker over Kansas earlier this month, Penn State rallied from 15 points down in the final 11 minutes to stun fourth-ranked Michigan 84-78. The Nittany Lions were 0-14 in the Big Ten prior to Wednesday, though five of their past six losses had been by less than 10 points.

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