i know he's not the most accurate, but he's the easiest to find, so here is Lundardi's most recent bracketology:
- he moved OSU down to a 6
- he moved Wisc. down to a 3
- he kept Iowa at a 4 and MSU as a 1
- B1G gets 6 teams in Lunardi's bracket (the above and 9 seend Minny)
I know it's been mentioned before, and Horford deserves credit too, but Jordan Morgan went from discouraged and third string to starter. Many players wouldn't show the same loyalty to a school, especially as a player who may not have the best chance of making the NBA, but Jordan has not only stuck around, he's become a leader. I've always loved his game, and as efficient as he was before McGary, he's unbelievably more efficient now. I think he deserves a thread, especially after his effort tonight.
Title is self-explanatory. So, what's our rooting interest here? Ordinarily I'd say whoever is playing Bo Ryan's team without a doubt, but would that take some of the lustre off our win Saturday?
As we search tirelessly for a featured running back, Coach B. told Coach H. "Give Nik a shot. He will get it done!"
I can't wait for tonight's game. The atmosphere should be terrific, and Iowa plays a really exciting brand of basketball. A win tonight for Michigan means a full two games of separation between the state of Michigan and everyone else in the Big Ten, heading into our showdown with Michigan State on Saturday.
Prediction: 79-74 Michigan because 2014.