N.C.A.A. March Madness may be a bit muted for Michigan’s men’s teams
The N.C.A.A. has set the brackets for its college basketball tournament, but March Madness may be a bit muted for Michigan’s men’s teams.
The Michigan Wolverines women’s basketball team enters the Big Dance as a number three seed and a heavy favorite to move on in the tournament.
Michigan’s men’s team? Not so much.
Those Wolverines feature a talented but inconsistent roster that squeaked into the tourney as a number 11 seed.
They’ll face Colorado State on Thursday.
The Michigan State men’s team suffered through a rough stretch in the regular season, before closing strong and earning its 24th consecutive N.C.A.A. tournament appearance, albeit as a middle-of-the pack number seven seed.
The Spartans play Davidson on Friday.