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Thursday 3/21/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




S DAKOTA ST (25 - 9) vs. MICHIGAN (26 - 7)
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Thursday, 3/21/2013 7:15 PM
NCAA Tournament - Second Round - The Palace - Auburn Hills, MI
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S DAKOTA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-9-6.216-132-173.935.647.0%34.865.630.144.2%30.6
Road Games12-9-11.211-82-172.334.146.7%34.268.730.145.1%30.8
Last 5 Games4-1+13-21-174.636.453.1%33.065.430.046.0%24.0
S DAKOTA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.935.626-5547.0%8-2039.4%14-1876.3%35814145102
vs opponents surrendering68.93225-5545.0%6-1835.1%13-1969.5%34913176133
Team Stats (Road Games)72.334.126-5646.7%8-2038.1%13-1677.4%34814155112
Stats Against (All Games)65.630.125-5644.2%7-1935.7%9-1369.5%31713176113
vs opponents averaging66.931.124-5444.0%6-1835.3%13-1869.6%32813177133
Stats Against (Road Games)68.730.125-5645.1%7-2036.6%10-1571.1%31713166103

MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-7-5.215-1618-1475.234.848.4%35.162.929.041.9%32.2
Road Games9-6-87-811-472.332.547.2%
Last 5 Games3-2-0.41-43-
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.234.828-5848.4%7-2038.3%12-1770.7%3591413693
vs opponents surrendering65.229.823-5442.4%6-1834.1%13-1969.2%34912176133
Team Stats (Road Games)72.332.527-5747.2%6-1834.7%12-1771.0%34812167113
Stats Against (All Games)62.929.024-5741.9%7-2033.0%9-1367.8%32912155123
vs opponents averaging66.73124-5542.8%6-1833.2%13-1969.0%351013177124
Stats Against (Road Games)68.130.825-5644.1%7-1935.9%12-1770.2%33914167123
Average power rating of opponents played: S DAKOTA ST 67.5,  MICHIGAN 77
S DAKOTA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/31/2013S DAKOTA67-54W-17L -23-6137.7%36822-4548.9%3117
2/2/2013MISSOURI-KC88-57W-18.5W -27-5747.4%42721-6233.9%3611
2/7/2013@ IUPU-FT WAYNE80-74W-7.5L -26-5646.4%29828-5749.1%3713
2/9/2013@ OAKLAND83-88L-1L -28-5947.5%391430-6149.2%244
2/14/2013IUPUI82-45W-18.5W -28-5253.8%401119-5335.8%2112
2/16/2013W ILLINOIS64-55W-7.5W -23-5541.8%34623-4650.0%2810
2/20/2013@ CS-BAKERSFIELD78-79L - -29-5850.0%441824-6735.8%3812
2/23/2013@ MURRAY ST62-73L3.5L143.5U25-5248.1%271329-5949.2%319
2/28/2013@ NEBRASKA-OMAHA100-82W-13.5W -37-6457.8%501532-7343.8%249
3/9/2013*IUPUI66-49W-18L -26-5151.0%30320-4247.6%2210
3/11/2013*IUPU-FT WAYNE72-56W-9W -24-3961.5%291522-5044.0%179
3/12/2013*N DAKOTA ST73-67W-1W125O23-4847.9%29725-5446.3%2610

MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2013@ INDIANA73-81L5.5L145O30-7042.9%29826-5052.0%3816
2/5/2013OHIO ST76-74W-7L131.5O28-6046.7%321130-5851.7%3011
2/9/2013@ WISCONSIN62-65L-2L123O28-7139.4%39725-5743.9%3914
2/12/2013@ MICHIGAN ST52-75L-1L133U21-5339.6%301630-6248.4%418
2/17/2013PENN ST79-71W-22L130.5O23-4946.9%29625-5743.9%3513
2/27/2013@ PENN ST78-84L-13L131.5O30-5851.7%371527-5747.4%309
3/3/2013MICHIGAN ST58-57W-5L134U25-5942.4%29721-5935.6%4418
3/6/2013@ PURDUE80-75W-6.5L135O25-5942.4%30526-6043.3%4213
3/14/2013*PENN ST83-66W-14W133.5O29-6346.0%36429-6048.3%328
3/21/2013*S DAKOTA ST              
MICHIGAN: John Beilein guided this team to a tie for first in last year's conference and even though just two starters are back, there is no shortage of ready-to-go talent on this Wolverines squad. While the team will really miss Zack Novak and Evan Smotryczk, last year's two leading scorers are back in the fold in Trey Burke (14.8 PPG, 4.6 APG) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (14.6 PPG), forming the conference's most dangerous backcourt duo as excellent dribble-drivers who combined to average nearly 3.5 three-pointers per game. Forward Jordan Morgan (7.3 PPG, 5.6 RPG) will remain a key role player while freshman SF Glenn Robinson III may be prove to be the most college-ready first-year player in the conference. With freshman Mitch McGary manning the post at 6-foot-10, this is a complete roster that has the ideal mix of veterans and young talent to still be balling in late March.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (SO DAKOTA ST-MICHIGAN) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

(Updates with detail. With AP Photos.)

*S. Dakota St.-Michigan Preview* ================================

By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer

South Dakota State (25-9) at Michigan (26-7), 7:15 p.m. EDT

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- Trey Burke versus Nate Wolters is the matchup everyone is waiting to see.

Turns out Michigan and South Dakota State have more in common than just their star point guards.

"They don't turn over a lot, we don't turn over a lot," Jackrabbits coach Scott Nagy said. "They don't foul, we don't foul. There are a lot of similarities, so I think it will be interesting."

The fourth-seeded Wolverines take on their mirror image from the Summit League on Thursday night when they face 13th-seeded South Dakota State in the NCAA tournament. Michigan is the clear favorite, especially since the game is about 50 miles from the school's Ann Arbor campus, but both teams play a similar style, relying on sharp shooting from the perimeter by guards who don't make many mistakes.

It should make for an entertaining, free-flowing matchup in the South Regional.

"I think what both teams have is terrific point guards, and you get the ball into those two young men's hands and anything can happen. The way the game is played now, there are things happening in transition that it's just hard to practice for," Michigan coach John Beilein said. "In order to run, people have got to make stops. We have to make stops. They have to make stops. But when both teams are running, they're really good."

Burke is a national player of the year candidate. The 6-foot leader of Michigan's efficient offense can shoot from outside and drive past defenders into the lane. He averages 19.2 points per game while the 6-foot-4 Wolters averages 22.7. Wolters scored 53 points against IPFW in February, the most by anyone in Division I this season.

"We'll put Nate on Trey," Nagy said. "Nate is a tremendous defender, but we've relied on him so much to play 40 minutes and to handle a basketball that I think sometimes people don't get to see how good a defender he is."

Both teams surround their playmaking point guards with other terrific shooters. Michigan freshman Nik Stauskas shoots 45 percent from 3-point range, and Tim Hardaway Jr. is at 37 percent. Chad White and Jordan Dykstra are both at 43 percent for the Jackrabbits.

Michigan (26-7) allows opponents to shoot 13 free throws per game, the fewest in the nation. South Dakota State is next on that list at 13.4. Michigan turns the ball over only 9.2 times per game, also the lowest figure in the country. South Dakota State is sixth at 10.4.

"They're like an amoeba with their offense. They do so many different things that you can't really organize for," Beilein said. "They are in motion, and then they're hitting with these quick striking things which we're saying, `They can't have planned that."'

South Dakota State (25-9) made the NCAA tournament last year for the first time as a Division I team, losing by eight to Baylor.

"Last year was a first time for all of us. We'd just experienced the NCAA tournament by watching on TV - then last year, it was our first year," forward Tony Fiegen said. "Kind of the bright lights, the big stage, it was kind of new for all of us."

That won't be the case for the Jackrabbits this time.

The Wolverines are approaching this tournament with some urgency. Michigan was a No. 4 seed last year too, and the Wolverines lost their tournament opener to Ohio.

Michigan was ranked No. 1 in the nation earlier this season, but struggled a bit down the stretch against a rugged Big Ten schedule. Stauskas, Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary are all contributing as freshmen, but the Wolverines could lose Burke to the NBA - a move he considered making last year.

Expectations are higher at Michigan than they've been in a while, which means there's pressure to make a longer postseason run in 2013 - especially with the team playing so close to home.

"No room in the margin this late in the season," Burke said. "(Thursday) could be our last game if we don't come out and execute the way we know we can."

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