I'm ready for some basketball.
So, the scouting stuff continues to pour out of major media outlets, some of which is well-covered in the main page's UV.
I have a question: It has been the case most of the season that Michigan's vulnerability has been switches. We don't seem to have the ball-handling to punish those kinds of mismatches well.
Loyola and Villanova both switch big-time.
What adjustments are we going to see Michigan make? How did they combat this in the B1G tournament (facing switch-factories Nebraska and Purdue) and will it work this weekend?
Bring on the basketball.