No. 4 Michigan Wolverines

<b>Record:</b> 26-7.<br>
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<b>How they got here:</b> At-large bid.<br>
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<b>Strengths:</b> National player of the year candidate Trey Burke (19.2 ppg) leads the Wolverines, who won their first 16 games.<br>
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<b>Weaknesses: </b>Tim Hardaway Jr., <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT006266" title="Glenn Robinson" href="/topic/sports/glenn-robinson-PESPT006266.topic">Glenn Robinson</a> III and Burke are prolific scorers, but they were stymied at times by bruising <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000112" title="Big Ten" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/big-ten-ORSPT000112.topic">Big Ten</a> defenses.

( John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune / March 15, 2013 )

Record: 26-7.

How they got here: At-large bid.

Strengths: National player of the year candidate Trey Burke (19.2 ppg) leads the Wolverines, who won their first 16 games.

Weaknesses: Tim Hardaway Jr., Glenn Robinson III and Burke are prolific scorers, but they were stymied at times by bruising Big Ten defenses.

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