Michigan’s March isn’t over yet.
Fresh off defeating Wisconsin, 71-56, winning its second Big Ten tournament in program history, Michigan (24-11) earned the No. 7seed, facing No. 10 Oklahoma State (20-12) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament this Friday.
U-M, of course, has won nine of its last 11 games, and is one of the hottest team of the country. However, even if the beats OSU, Michigan could potentially face No. 2 Louisville (24-8) in the second round, who the Wolverines lost to in the 2013 NCAA Championship, 82-76.