After taking down the Colorado Buffaloes in the Round of 32, the Florida State Seminoles are headed to the Sweet 16 to face off against No. 1 seed Michigan Wolverines, who used a late-game run to push past the LSU Tigers.
The Seminoles will get five days of rest before heading to Bankers Life Fieldhouse and taking on UM on Sunday, March 28.
“When you look at Michigan....they have done a tremendous job. They are very well-coached. They are loaded with talent. They execute very well. They play with a lot of pride, representing — I guess it’s the maize and blue. And I know Juwan is going to have his kids ready,” FSU head coach Leonard Hamilton said after Monday's win vs CU.”
“Our kids our excited. We lost to I believe Michigan in the Elite 8 a few years ago. So I’m sure that they will be ready. And I know in order for us to be successful, we’ve got to be at our best.”
FSU vs. Michigan is set for 5 p.m. and will be broadcast on CBS.