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High-profile? Hardly. But freshman Trey Burke still powered No. 17 Michigan to its 56-51 victory over No. 6 Ohio State. Frank Burlison touches on Saturday's entire slate of hoops.
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John Beilein met with the media this morning for his weekly Big Ten Teleconference call. Among today’s news is that Michigan is now ranked 13th in the USA Today Coaches Poll and Trey Burke was picked as the Big Ten Freshman of the Week. The selection was Burke’s fifth this season, one more than Tim Hardaway Jr. had during his freshman season last year. Here are the notes and...
Trey Burke and Jared Sullinger were best friends growing up, and they both attended Northland High School in Columbus, Ohio. But on Saturday night, they were playing against each other, and it was all business.
Despite having won midweek at Minnesota, Sullinger and the Buckeyes came into Saturday’s night matchup in Ann Arbor needing a win in order to stay within striking distance...
Jordan Morgan and Trey Burke both met with the media after Michigan’s five point home victory over Ohio State. Watch the videos in the embedded media players below:
Burke after the jump.
ESPN College Basketball analyst Hubert Davis joined Sam Webb on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA Friday to break down the match-up between UM and OSU. Davis discussed Trey Burke’s game, the state of Michigan’s program, the strength of the Big 10, which Big 10 teams have legit shots at the national title, and much much more. The former Tar Heel received a memorable welcome to Ann Arbor to...
The first time Michigan faced Ohio State this season, U-M freshman point guard Trey Burke was in the eye of the storm because of his friendship with OSU star Jared Sullinger.
Michigan wanted some payback against rival Ohio State, and Columbus, Ohio, native Trey Burke helped get it. Burke had 17 points as the Wolverines held off the Buckeyes 56-53.
As the Michigan State and Michigan basketball teams prepare for the final two week battle for the Big Ten championship, the conference awards announced this morning reflect their success.
Thad Matta knows his team can shoot. That's why the coach was stunned by Ohio State's performance Saturday night.
The sixth-ranked Buckeyes shot 38.8 percent - almost 10 percentage points below their season average - and missed 13 of 16 3-pointers in a 56-51 loss to No. 17 Michigan.
''I've never coached a team that has worked harder at shooting the basketball...
by David Cassilo / @dcassilo
The Big Ten title race just got a little more complicated. With No. 17 Michigan’s 56-51 win over No. 6 Ohio State, the Wolverines, Buckeyes and No. 7 Michigan State are all within a half game for the conference crown with two weeks to play.
Leading up to Saturday’s highly-anticipated matchup, much of the talk centered around Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger...
Michigan guard Trey Burke (3) and forward Jordan Morgan, right, defend Ohio State forward Jared Sullinger, center, in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012, in Ann Arbor, Mich. Michigan won 56-51. (AP Photo/Tony Ding)
Thad Matta’s Buckeyes fell in the rankings for a second-straight week, dropping to eighth in the Associated Press and ninth...
In a wild atmosphere at the Crisler Center, the Michigan Wolverines (20-7, 10-4) knocked off the #6 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes (22-5, 10-4) by a final score of 56-51.
The Michigan basketball team and its fans were able to bask in the limelight all day on Saturday and shake the notion that this is a football school, and little more. With ESPN’s College Gameday working the Wolverine...
Michigan led from beginning to end to hand the lethargic Buckeyes in a big Crisler Center showdown tonight. Trey Burke scored 17 points, Tim Hardaway 13, and Jordan Morgan had 11 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Wolverines.