Found February 12, 2013 on
Glenn Robinson III
Seton Hall Pirates
Michigan State Spartans
Virginia Tech Hokies
It is the best week in the college basketball regular season it’s rivalry week. While Tuesday doesn’t feature a ton of games there are some great match-ups.
Trey Burke (Michigan)- If you can afford him, take him. Right now, I think he is the National Player of the Year. He is the model of consistency; he has scored in double figures every game this season. Burke has scored over 15 points in all of the Big Ten games this season. He has also put up at least 8 assists in 5 of his last 7 games.
Fuquan Edwin (Seton Hall)- Edwin is Seton Hall’s team. For the season he is averaging 17 ppg. He has been hot lately averaging 19 ppg in his last 3 game. While he doesn’t make a high percentage; he sure puts up a lot of shots up. In the last 3 games he has attempted over 15 shots in each game. He should have a great game against a poor Rutgers team.
Kentavious Caldwell Pope (Georgia)- Like Edwin, Pope is the only true scorer for the Bulldogs. Pope is the only Bulldog averaging in doub...
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Michigan basketball, temporarily ranked #4 in the country, will take on Penn State on Sunday at noon. The game will be aired on the Big Ten Network.
Usually in this segment we will preview the match-ups, discuss what it will take for Michigan to win the game, etc. Then Rob and I will make our predictions. Rob is 22-3 predicting the outcome of Michigan games this year. I am 21-4....
Trey Burke and Jordan Morgan faced the media after Michigan’s humbling loss at the Breslin Center on Tuesday evening. Watch both interviews in the embedded media players below:
Morgan after the jump.
Michigan basketball continued an ugly trend against top-ranked Big Ten foes on the road by getting absolutely drilled by the Michigan State Spartans at the Breslin Center, 75-52. The loss drops #4 Michigan to 21-4 (8-4) while the streaking Spartans improve to 21-4 (10-2).
How They Lost
The Wolverines haven’t played good basketball on the road against Ohio State, Indiana, and now...
Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke discusses the embarrassing loss to MSU, when he thought the game got away from the Wolverines, and thoughts as Michigan looks to regroup.
Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke is having a special season. Just a few miles down the road in Harper Woods, Michigan, senior commit Derrick Walton Jr. is doing the same at Chandler Park Academy.
John Beilein joined Michigan’s backcourt for media availability this afternoon to talk about the Wolverines’ upcoming top-10 match-up with Michigan State in East Lansing. All three touched on how the basketball rivalry between Michigan State and Michigan has grown throughout the past couple of years and the importance of this particular match-up when it comes to the Big Ten standings...
Eric Davis is a four-star 2015 point guard recruit out of Saginaw Arthur Hill. Davis has already received plenty of attention from a number of top schools, including Kentucky, Duke and Kansas. Davis took a visit to Michigan to see the Wolverines beat Ohio State at the new Crisler Center, and John Beilein has been keeping close tabs on the talented scorer. We caught up with Davis...
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1) Michigan 7-0 run in the first half cuts Wisconsin’s lead to one
With just under seven and a half minutes to go in the first half, Michigan found itself in a familiar place: down early on the road. The Wolverines...
Although they lost on the road at University of Illinois, the Hoosiers of Indiana University stay on top of the AP poll. To be frank I don't believe they can win the NCAA tournament unless beat Michigan in Ann Arbor. IU has only slightly proved themselves on the road by beating Ohio St. 81-68 this past sunday. They still have to go out to Ann Arbor, East Lansing, and Minnesota...