Tony Natoci is back this year to provide regular bracket updates as we lead up to the NCAA Tournament. Natoci publishes his own bracket at Heartbreak City and will outline where Michigan stands in current bracketology models, both in his own bracket and notable national brackets, along with updates and insights about the process, key bubble games to watch, and more.
Michigan was a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee’s bracket reveal last Saturday and wins over Wisconsin and Rutgers have only solidified its standing. The Wolverines are comfortably ranked as the No. 3 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament right now but the last few weeks of the schedule are loaded with games that could shift things — including Sunday’s showdown in Columbus.
Here’s the latest on Michigan’s NCAA Tournament resume and the selection process.