It’s almost March, which means more eyes in sports are glued to college basketball. The Big Ten conference is one of the deepest leagues in the country with currently six teams ranked in the latest AP Poll.
Michigan started on fire with only a couple stumbles so far. They have several huge conference games left to solidify their stake as a tough out in the conference tournament before Selection Sunday and March Madness.
The latest projections released has Michigan as a No. 2 seed in the East with in-state rival at the same in the West.
The top-16 released for March Madness and Michigan comes in at No. 6 overall.
#MarchMadness Top 16 Seeds!— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) February 9, 2019
7. North Carolina
8. Michigan State
13. Iowa State
16. Wisconsin#BracketPreview pic.twitter.com/XBYwOm8uqs
There’s still several huge games for both, including two matchups with the first on February 24.
Buckle up, this next month or more will be fun once again for Michigan fans.