4. Michigan Wolverines
Staying in the great state of Michigan, number four on our list is the Michigan Wolverines. And yet another team with a rich basketball history.
Of course, the first thing that comes to mind when talking about Michigan is the Fab Five and how they took college basketball by storm.
After the 1998 season, there was a long drought from the NCAA Tournament in Ann Arbor. 11-year drought to be exact. That all turned around when John Beilein became the head coach in 2007.
However, the first season was one of the worst seasons in Michigan basketball history. That was just the start of something special for Beilein and the Wolverines with two Big Ten Conference Championships, two Big Ten Tournament Championships, and two Final Fours.
Michigan falls in the same category with Michigan State in a sense they beat Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament two. The first one came in 2011 in the First Round. The second came in 2014 when Michigan defended the Vols in the regional semifinal 73-71.
As long as John Beilein continues to coach at Michigan, they are going to be a solid basketball program. It would be a fun matchup for both fan bases.