MADISON, Wisconsin (Ticker) -- Mike Wilkinson scored 18 points and Alando Tucker had seven points in a key run to start the second half as 19th-ranked Wisconsin continued its domination of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with an 89-71 victory.
Zach Morley and Devin Harris each scored 13 points for the Badgers (6-1), who extended their home winning streak to 18 games.
Tucker, playing just his second game of the season after being sidelined with a broken right foot, scored seven points in a 15-6 run that started the second half and gave the Badgers a 58-40 lead.
Five players scored in double figures for the Badgers, as Tucker had 12 points and Boo Wade 11.
"That's something that, hopefully, won't be the last time," Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said of the balanced scoring. "You never know how many times you can get that, but that depends on number of possessions in games, too."
Wilkinson and Freddie Owens started the spurt with 3-pointers and Tucker later followed with a pair of jumpers and capped the rally with a 3-point play. Wisconsin's bench, led by Tucker and Morley, outscored the Panthers, 40-14.
Dylan Page scored 16 points for the Panthers (4-3), who lost to their in-state rivals for the 11th straight time and dropped to 1-20 in the series.
"We felt like we could come in here and win, we really did," Wisconsin-Milwaukee coach Bruce Pearl said. "They were better."
The Panthers used an 11-0 run to pull within 58-49 with 11:22 left, but the Badgers put the game away with a 16-4 spurt that included seven points by Wilkinson.
"We weathered that one and they got it back and kept it as a team," said Ryan, who coached two seasons at Wisconsin-Milwaukee before taking over the Badgers. "I thought we handled that pretty well."
John Tucker scored 13 points and Chris Hill 12 for Wisconsin-Milwaukee.