ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Since Michigan football coach Brady Hoke arrived on campus last January, he has taken to calling the Ohio State simply "Ohio."
Eventually, athletic director Dave Brandon and basketball coach John Beilein began to do the same. Yet there was no confusion when Michigan received its bracket pairing for the NCAA tournament on Sunday.
Michigan, at a No. 4 seed, would be playing No. 13 Ohio -- the actual Ohio University -- instead of Ohio State in the second round in Nashville ...
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