Wisconsin is rolling through the Maui Jim Maui Invitational and is on to the final after an upset of No. 12 Houston.

Despite a spirited second-half comeback attempt from the Cougars, Wisconsin came out on top with a 65-63 win.

This is No. 12 Houston’s first loss of the year as the Cougars now move to 4-1. The Badgers also moved to 4-1.

Johnny Davis had himself a game, dropping 30 points and going 10-18 from the field with 1 assist. Kyler Edwards led the Cougars in scoring. Edwards had 18 points and went 6-10 from the field with 5 rebounds as well. Tyler Wahl led the Badgers in boards with 7 on the night.

Both teams shot the ball over 40%, but the real story was how Wisconsin ended up winning despite getting outrebounded by Houston, 36-28. The charity stripe was where the Badgers took control of the game, shooting 80%. Turnovers were also in favor of the Cougars (12-9).

Wisconsin opened the game on 13-0 run. The Badgers went on to dominate the Cougars the remainder of the first half, going into halftime with 40-20 lead which was their biggest lead of the game.

In the second half, Houston had a little 10-0 run of its own to decrease the Wisconsin lead to 40-30 early on.

Houston fought hard the rest of the way. The Cougars would make it a 2-point game in the last minute of the game after 3-pointer from Kyler Edwards. However, the Cougars got the ball back with 10 seconds left and failed to get the ball down the court before time ran out with a chance to tie the game.

Greg Gard and the Badgers will now face the winner of the Oregon-St.Mary’s game at 5 p.m. ET on ESPN on Wednesday.