So far, Trey Burke and Michigan are putting on stunning shooting displays, especially from beyond the arc.
That means Cleveland State's defensive success could be coming to an abrupt end.
Burke looks to capitalize on another seemingly overmatched opponent as the No. 5 Wolverines meet the Vikings for the first time in 15 years Tuesday night in the NIT Season Tip-Off.
Burke has hit 17 of 32 field goals and half of his 12 3-pointers while adding 17 assists through two games, opening the season with 21 points in a 100-62 victory over Division II Slippery Rock on Friday.
The sophomore guard followed that up by connecting on 8 of 15 from the floor - 4 of 7 from beyond the arc - to total 22 points with a career high-tying nine assists in Monday's 91-54 romp over IUPUI.
The winner of this contest will face either Pittsburgh or Lehigh in a semifinal matchup at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 21.
"Just to be able to beat a good IUPUI team, and face a good Cleveland State team...