The last Final Four appearance by the Wolverines was 20 years ago, in 1993.
For the Orange, it has been a decade, with their last appearance coming in 2003.
Inside, they have the 6'10" Mitch McGary, a presence at the rim while also able to cash in away from the basket on jump shots and free throws.
Triche (6'4") and Carter-Williams (6'6") own the height advantage over Burke (6'0"), but Stauskas and Hardaway, Jr., equal Carter-Williams at 6'6".
Syracuse's Baye Keita matches McGary at 6'10", but Rakeem Christmas (6'9") and C.J. Fair (6'8") have shown their ability to give aid against taller players, such as their condensing of Indiana Hoosiers' seven-footer Cody Zeller.
The Orange have sharp-shooters in Fair and fellow forward James Southerland, with Triche, Carter-Williams, and Cooney capable of connecting from long range to battle the four perimeter shooters on the Wolverines' squad.
Both teams have a short bench and plenty of firepower and can move fast to get out in transition.
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