Michigan basketball sophomore Carlton Brundidge makes 'coolest name' bracket
Michigan basketball guard Carlton Brundidge hasn't seen a lot of time on the floor this season for the Wolverines, but that doesn't mean he's been overlooked.
Brundidge, a 6-foot-1 freshman guard from Southfield, was included in ESPN.com's "Coolest name" in the NCAA Tournament field.
Brundidge is one of 64 players from NCAA Tournament teams with what the site determined as a "cool" name.
He's been placed in the "Uwe Blab Region" as a No. 13 seed, and his first-round opponent is Memphis' Hippolyte Tsafack.
The other three regions are the "Dallas Comegys Region," the "God Shamgod Region" and the "Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje Region."
Fans can vote for Brundidge to advance. First round voting ends at 10 p.m. on Thursday.
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