Michigan was the best team in the Big Ten throughout the regular season. While they got derailed in the Big Ten tournament by Michigan State, head coach John Beilein knows he has a tough, athletic and resilient team capable of going on a long run in the NCAA tournament.
The Wolverines earned a No. 2 seed in the tournament, and they almost certainly would have been on the top line if they had come away with the conference tournament victory.
The Wolverines appeared to have a big problem when power forward Mitch McGary went down with a back injury in December, but they responded quite well. However, they could feel his absence as the tournament progresses.
Michigan should be able to handle 15th-seeded Wofford, but the Terriers are smart and disciplined. Here is a game plan to attack the Wolverines.