Michigan and Michigan State have been the perceived class of the Big Ten all year long. Now they’ll face off one more time in Chicago (3:30 p.m., CBS).
The two teams that didn’t even meet in the Big Ten Tournament until 2014 will play for hardware for the second time in eight days.
Michigan State outplayed Michigan in both regular-season meetings, but the Wolverines will be searching for revenge. A chance to prove that the first 25 minutes of both games is more representative of the team that they really are rather than the final 15 when they were played off the floor.
Will Sunday’s game be different? Here’s a look at the matchups, stats and keys to the game.