Michigan needed every second of overtime as Glenn Robinson the Third got his shot to drop at the buzzer to beat Purdue 77-76 on the road last night. U of M had trailed for most of the game and was down 13 at the half, but came back with 41 points in the second to send the game to overtime. Robinson led the Wolverines with 17 points, Nik Stauskas added 15 and Caris LeVert contributed 14. U of M, now 20-and-7 overall and 12-and-3 in the Big Ten, leads Michigan State by one game for the top spot in the conference. Michigan hosts Minnesota on Saturday.