Heading into the final week of the regular season, Michigan and Michigan State have slipped in the polls but both are still ranked in the Associated Press Top Ten. Michigan fell from fourth to seventh place after their upset loss Wednesday at Penn State and a one-point win Sunday over Michigan State. The Spartans dropped one place to tenth in the rankings released Monday with M-S-U currently on a 3-game losing streak. Michigan plays tomorrow night at Purdue and concludes Big Ten play Sunday at home against second ranked Indiana. The Hoosiers fell from the top spot, replaced by Gonzaga, which for the first time in school history is number one in the nation. Michigan State wraps up its regular season with a pair of home games, Thursday vs. Wisconsin and Sunday against Northwestern. MORE Michigan sophomore guard Trey Burke has been named a finalist for the 2013 Oscar Robinson National Player of the Year trophy and Michigan State guard Gary Harris is in the running for the Freshman of the Year award. Burke is averaging 18.9 points per game and has 201 assists this season and is the only Big Ten player to score 15 or more points in every conference game this year. Harris leads the Spartans with 13.3 points per game and leads Big Ten freshman in scoring and steals. The winners will be announced April 5th.
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