As promised, the NCAA Men's Hoops Selection Committee released their top 4 seads in each region, "if the tournament were to be held today." I think the idea was to get people talking early. Oddly, I don't really see anyone talking about it, except the OP... wait... nevermind.
My takeaway: There are NO B1G teams on their list. Really speaks to the pathetic year the conference is having.
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I said coming into this game that this may be Michigan's toughest game left.
And we sure didn't make it look that way.
For the second straight game, leading scorer Katelynn Flaherty had an off night (13 points). And for the second straight time, the 5-time B1G Freshman of the Week Kysre Gondrezick has picked up the slack. This time she had a career high 25 points.
Michigan went into Mackey Arena tonight and out-rebounded Purdue, 38-24.
Purdue led most of the first quarter before Michigan took the lead and wound up with a 22-18 lead after one and a 38-30 halftime lead.
The Wolverines would pull away lead and stretch the margin to double digits in the 4th quarter, when Kysre really got it going with 13 points in the final quarter alone.
Michigan took this one in the end, 72-62. A HUGE win on the road at a tough place to play that always gets a decent crowd.
Michigan is now 20-5 and 9-2 in the B1G. This Michigan team has reached 20 wins faster than any other team in PROGRAM HISTORY.
Michigan will return to Crisler and take on Wisconsin (5-18) on Sunday. The Wolverines beat the Badgers at Kohl Center back on New Year's Day by 17.
Here's an update on one of the coaches in our rearview mirror. Tommy just became the winningest coach in Harvard basketball history, prompting this feature on CBS's "Men of March". Interesting cameos here by a few recruits who chose Amaker over Belein:
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