Saginaw Valley State
Trey Burke showed no sings of rust on Monday night (photo by MGoBlue.com)
The best college basketball teams always seem to have some combination of veteran and young talent, versatility, and a certain amount of depth. Through two exhibition games, Michigan has shown that they have all of this – and then some.
John Beilein has to be pleased with the way his team is shooting the ball, as the Wolverines poured in 78 points on 29-of-51 field goal attempts (56.9 percent), including a strong 11-of-27 (40.7 percent) from behind the three-point line. Of those buckets, a whopping 23 of which were assisted, good for a ridiculous 79.3 percent assists-to-field goal ratio (did I just make a stat up?). And once again, it was a freshman that led the team in scoring as Glenn Robinson III finished with 17 points on a hyper-efficient 7-of-9 shooting (3-of-5 from three), including another monster alley-oop from third-year ve...