Karl Cochran was not recruited to play basketball at Michigan.
Nor were any of his Wofford teammates.
They instead found a small, liberal arts college splashed over 170 acres in Spartanburg, S.C. with an enrollment totaling 1,588.
In other words, it would take about 69 Wofford Colleges to fill Michigan Stadium.
Cochran doesn't care about any of that. He doesn't care that his Terriers, champions of the Southern Conference, are 15.5-point underdogs to Michigan in their NCAA opening round meeting on Thursday.
He doesn't care that Michigan, last year's national runner-up, is a No. 2 seed. He doesn't care that Wofford is a No. 15 seed.
He, as he declared during a Wednesday press conference at Bradley Center, is not "playing the numbers game."
"Fifteen-two? Oh, well," Cochran said. "It's a basketball game. That's our mindset. We're not going to overestimate them. They're just a team. They can lose, we can lose."
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