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Bracket projection: Michigan

The Wolverines are a talented bunch, but inexperience could become an issue

Updated: March 14, 2011, 10:38 PM ET
By Bill Doherty | Special to Insider

Note: ESPN's Joe Lunardi assigned a team of Bracketologists to put together Insider's Tournament Tips, offering historical analysis of the bracket and in-depth breakdowns on all 68 tournament teams to help you make smart picks.

Lunardi's Logic

The seedings suggest the Committee was a bit overzealous in its evaluation of the Big Ten bubble teams. No way are the Wolverines an 8-9 level team, which is good news for Tennessee in this second-round pairing.

Plus, you can enlist the help of Insider's Bracket Predictor tool to aid your picks.

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Michigan's complete Bracketology chart

Take a look inside the data used by the selection committee in seeding the bracket:


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