The Syracuse Orange match up with the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday night for the right to play in the NCAA title game.
The game presents an interesting matchup, as both schools have had highs and lows this season.
Syracuse is back in the Final Four for the first time since 2003. The team has battled through adversity and inconsistent play to make it this far.
The Orange roster contains a lot of length, something that has given many teams problems this season. Point guard Michael Carter-Williams stands 6'6", while everyone who is used in the frontcourt is at least 6'8".
It will be interesting to see how the size of Syracuse matches up with the three-guard lineup that the Wolverines will put on the floor.
Heading into this Final Four matchup, let's take a look at how each member of the Orange might do against the Wolverines.