- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
Michigan won a share of a Big Ten championship with a freshman point guard and a team of shooters that had gone through an entire season playing better than expected.
But the past two weeks, all of that caught up with them. Freshman guard Trey Burke played like a freshman. The 3-point shooting that had been there for most of the season went cold.
And like that, the fourth-seeded Wolverines saw their season end in the Round of 64 on Friday evening, losing to No. 13 Ohio, 65-60.
In some ways, though, none of this was all that surprising as Michigan looked very similar to how it did against Ohio State in the Big Ten tournament semifinals.