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The Wolverines managed to sneak into the field of 68 mostly due to consistent performances from Darius Morris and Tim Hardaway Jr., and they won't shy away from getting the ball to the both of them against Bruce Pearl's active squad.
Over the course of the regular season, Michigan shot 44 percent from the field and managed 66.1 points per game. Obviously not the most impressive statistics in the world, however they have proved they are capable of getting the job done when the going get tough. Nevertheless, they'll need a big game out of Darius Morris offensively to get past Tennessee.
Led by the prolific, often inconsistent scoring of Scotty Hopson, Tennessee managed to make the field as a nine seed with a bit of uncertainty beside them. Bruce Pearl successfully served his suspension and is back with the Volunteers who aren't quite the same team without his presence roaming the sidelines.
Tennessee managed 70.6 points per game over the course of the regular season along with hitting 43 percent of their field-goals -- good enough to be 186th in the country.
If the Volunteers plan on making the third round of action, they'll need a big game out of both Scotty Hopson and Tobias Harris offensively.