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The Jayhawks struggled mightily last week against one of the nation's best point guards in Baylor's Pierre Jackson. The diminutive floor leader kept KU off balance, forced their bigs to drift away from the bucket and burned them on the perimeter with his arsenal of weapons.
Michigan's Trey Burke can do all that, and more, with a greater arsenal of weapons.
The Wolverines' sophomore point guard leads one of the nation's most dynamic offenses, one that ranks in the top 30 in scoring, field-goal percentage and three-point percentage.
While Travis Releford leads the No. 1 defense in the nation, they do not match up particularly well with Michigan, a team that boasts a trio of lethal guards alongside one of the most versatile forwards in the country in Glenn Robinson III.
Releford and KU must halt that reliable pick-and-roll, but remain careful in not allowing Burke and others to live untouched outside the arc.