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It looked like Michigan was headed home than Trey Burke decided to take over. He scored all of 23 points in the 2nd half and overtime and he hit a deep three pointer to send the game into overtime. Michigan beat Kansas by 2 and went on to cruise past Florida in the Elite 8. This is Michigan’s first trip to the Final Four since the Fab 5.
“We never had the mindset that we were going to lose the game,” Burke said. “When we were down 14, we knew anything could still happen. It’s March, anything can happen.”
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It’s obvious that Michigan, the team with the best adjusted offensive efficiency rating in the country, poses problems for any team defensively. Even a defensive juggernaut like Kansas couldn’t contain the Wolverines, who scored 1.14 points per possession against the Jayhawks.
But if there is a team with a defense even better prepared to match up with Michigan’s offense than...
Spike Albrecht shined while Trey Burke sat.
After all that, Michigan and Louisville were still pretty much even. Then the Wolverines couldn't stop Louisville in the second half.
With Burke on the bench in early foul trouble, the seldom-used Albrecht scored 17 points in the first half, and the Wolverines led by 12 in Monday night's national title game. But that lead was...
Friday, Trey Burke hit the biggest shot of March Madness so far, and in doing so, gave his Michigan Wolverines a chance to win in Atlanta. (MGoBlog, Flickr)
In order for a sports miracle to happen, typically, a number of separate things have align cosmically in the universe and go perfectly right. The result of that happening, though, often drives teams to bigger success.
The Big Ten was and is the best conference in college basketball, but they are the cusp of not having one representative in the Final Four. Such is life in the NCAA Tournament. Single-elimination lowers the odds, and now they pin their hopes on Michigan to defeat the Florida Gators. Can Trey Burke beat the pressure defense of Florida? Surely. We already saw Michigan destroy the vaunted...
With Michigan wiping the floor with Gator blood all game long Sunday, Glenn Robinson III added insult to injury with this alley-oop slam from Trey Burke in the second half.
Nothing was stopping Michigan Sunday, not even three Florida players in the lane. Truly impressive.
h/t: The Big Lead
GoBlueWolverine's Sam Webb and Kyle Bogenschutz wrap-up Michigan's incredible comeback win over Kansas in the Sweet 16, the 'shot' by Trey Burke with commentary from assistant Jeff Meyer, Mitch McGary's strong tournament, and coming up with key plays at key times.
A basketball player in the zone can win a game.
An entire team in the zone? That has Michigan in its first Final Four since the Fab Five were the biggest thing in the land.
Instead of needing a Trey Burke miracle like they did against Kansas, the Wolverines blew favored Florida off the floor, booking a place in Atlanta with an easy 79-59 victory in the South region final.
Another fabulous group of young players has Michigan headed back to the Final Four.
Led by Big Ten player of the year Trey Burke and sharp-shooting guard Nik Stauskas, one of three freshman starters, the Wolverines dominated Florida right from tipoff, scoring the game's first 13 points and routing the Gators 79-59 in the South Regional final Sunday.
''A lot of guys...
Trey Burke and Glenn Robinson III connected on this insane alley-oop during Michigan's Elite Eight showdown against the Florida Gators.
It’s really no surprise that the Michigan Wolverines are the last Big Ten team standing after Sunday’s 79-59 dispatching of Florida in the South Regional Final. This has been a team that has seen numerous players thrive at different points of the season and now with possibly two games left, the match up problems they cause are numerous.
Destiny could have been in the Michigan...
Trey Burke's insane alley-oop pass to Glenn Robinson III served as the exclamation point in Michigan's Elite Eight win over the Florida Gators.
Last night’s Elite Eight games were pretty amazing. Syracuse/Marquette was a classic Big East, physical brawl that proved Cuse was the real deal. The Ohio State/Wichita State was one for the ages. I didn’t think the Shockers could pull off the upset, but they proved that they were the better team, at least for last night. However, when the Elite Eight schedule was released, I...
It’s safe to assume the Michigan fans watching the Wolverines dance into the Elite Eight on Friday night — in particularly stunning fashion — allowed themselves plenty of time to celebrate the victory. They read stories about the game, pored over quotes, marveled at the historic nature of the win and probably enjoyed a couple beverages.
While the fans were allowed to take a...
By Cakes Fisher
DC/Maryland Bureau Reporter
Easter Sunday NCAA Tournament action tips off at 2:20 ET in Arlington, TX (Cowboys Stadium) where the fourth seed #10 Michigan Wolverines take on the third seed #14 Florida Gators. Vegas currently has the higher-seeded but lower ranked Gators a three point favorite in this game. Florida made its way to the elite eight by beating the...