In light of yesterday's impressive performance against rival Michigan State, Michigan is generating plenty of buzz again. The Wolverines boast one of the very best players in the nation in Trey Burke, own one of the top offenses in all of college basketball and now find themselves ranked No. 7 in the nation with just two regular season games to go. One of those is a home contest against No. 2 Indiana and, with the Big Ten Tournament right around the corner, it's not inconceivable that the Wolverines might be able to grab a No. 1 seed if they use yesterday's victory as a springboard to a strong run.
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