Posted March 26, 2013 on
Has Michigan's version of Batman & Robin gained a new colleague? Bacari Alexander is encouraged by Mitch McGary’s recent progress, but the Wolverine assistant believes his prized pupil is just scratching the surface of his effectiveness.
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Would the 6-foot-10 Mike McGary consider playing football for the Wolverines after Michigan's basketball season is over?
It’s been addressed exhaustively throughout the week leading up to Michigan’s Sweet Sixteen meeting with Kansas on Friday evening: the battle between Mitch McGary and Kansas senior center Jeff Withey.
Withey is an experienced seven-footer and arguably the best shot blocker in the country. McGary is a frenetic, 6-foot-11 freshman energy man that enters the Sweet Sixteen...
Michigan assistant Jeff Meyer chats one-on-one with GoBlueWolverine's Kyle Bogenschutz after the Wolverines punched their ticket to the Sweet 16. Among the topics, Mitch McGary's strong play, Spike Albrecht, and what this team has been waiting for.
Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison won't be getting a new recruit to help out on the defensive line.
Head basketball coach John Beilein just isn't willing to share.
At their scheduled media availabilities on Tuesday, both coaches talked about Michigan's newest basketball star, 6-foot-10, 256-pound Mitch McGary.
McGary has always been known as a high-energy...
When the NCAA tournament brackets were released just over a week ago, many had Michigan as a trendy upset pick and VCU as a trendy underdog Final Four team. Michigan handled South Dakota State and VCU by a combined 40 points as it cruised through its opening round games into the Sweet 16.
Michigan, 10-1 all time in the Sweet 16, has gone from an oft-questioned high seeded team to...
This is the time of year that college football rarely gets the run it deserves. While we fans are off dancing with hoop dreams and getting warmed up for opening day, our favorite football squad is getting it done in weight, film and training rooms across the country. What happens the next several months, and namely this spring, will set the tone for their success this upcoming season...
(Eds: Updates.) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer There are times when Mitch McGary gives his coach no choice but to pause and maybe take a deep breath before speaking.
After a season of working with the 6-foot-10 freshman, John Beilein understands the drill.
''I've learned to wait for a minute - almost count to five - before I try and address him after he does something...
John Beilein was available to speak with media on Tuesday to talk about Michigan’s Sweet Sixteen match-up with Kansas on Friday in Dallas. Beilein touched on a variety of subjects, including how the Wolverines plan to attack Jeff Withey, the emergence of Mitch McGary and more. You can watch the full press conference using the embedded media player below.
Michigan senior cornerback Courtney Avery and redshirt senior defensive tackle Quinton Washington talk about their units, the units playing alongside them and opposite them, and their leadership roles going into next season.
Michigan’s freshmen starters were in the locker room to discuss playing in Cowboys Stadium, the Sweet 16 and much more. Watch Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas and Mitch McGary in the embedded media players below:
Stauskas and McGary after the jump.
John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary were all on the podium on Thursday afternoon to preview Michigan’s matchup with Kansas on Friday evening. Read comments from all four below.
COACH BEILEIN: Obviously we’re thrilled to be in this situation right now with 16 teams still vying for a National Championship. Our team is excited about this opportunity...