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The latest NITology is very interesting.
In the credible NITology by bracketmatrix that was released the day before yesterday's loss, it has Michigan as a 5 seed in a rematch of the 1989 NCAA Championship. They would play at 4 seed Seton Hall.
Michigan was a mid-6 seed last week. Their win over OSU really gave them a bump in the seedings. The next game is obviously a must win if they want to move up/avoid moving down.
A 4 seed gets them a first round home game.
5-2 Maryland early
Mitch McGary with a career high 20 points against Portland with about 9 minutes remaining in the 4Q. On ESPN.
McGary hit the Blazers with this:
Florida State was trailing Miami (YTM) 62-47 with 4:38 to play last night in their ACC matchup in Miami. That's when freshman G Xavier Rathan-Mayes did something that might be hard to do in a video game. He went on to score 30 points in the game's remaining minutes...and the Seminoles still lost, 81-77! Rathan-Mayes hit six threes, two lay-ups and eight free throws in the final 4:38 of the contest, finishing with a season-high 35 points. It was his second 35-point game of the season, with the other coming against UNC in January.
He was the #30 recruit in the country in the class of 2014, per Rivals, with offers from a whole host of schools, including Kentucky, Illinois and UConn. Michigan didn't recruit him, as far as I can tell. While he has gone off a few times this season, you could definitely call him a chucker. Rathan-Mayes attempts 12 FGs per game, 5.2 from three and only shoots .411/.274/.694. To his credit, he also averages 4.5 APG, against 3.5 TOs.
Nice MLive article on 2016 recruit Jon Teske. He's grown an inch since committing, now a 7-footer. Put on some weight. Defense seems to come naturally to him (which is probably expected for a 7-footer in HS), with an outside shot and is described as a "crafty passer." So we'll have a true freshman with some size on the roster in two years. It is nice to have that going for us.
Now a Top 100 recruit, 4*, based on the 247 composite (#94). I believe he started as a 3* (and the article notes he was under the radar despite being 6'11"), hail Beilein.