Posted March 17, 2012 on
John Beilein, Zack Novak, and Stu Douglass reflect upon Michigan’s 65-60 loss at the hands of the Ohio Bobcats in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
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John Beilein, Zack Novak and Stu Douglass were on the podium after Michigan’s loss to Ohio. Here’s the complete transcript of what all three had to say.
COACH BEILEIN: We obviously have a very disappointed locker room right now, but Ohio University, as you can see, is a very good team and they played a great game. They played a great game. And we forced us into really some turnovers...
Find Ohio’s post game conference after the jump or read the transcript of Michigan’s comments here.
It was a busy day in Nashville, Tenn. as all eight teams that will be playing at Bridgestone Arena took the court for open practice and addressed the media in their obligatory pregame news conferences. We posted video interviews with Zack Novak and Trey Burke yesterday but here’s a rundown of video coverage from other media outlets throughout Thursday afternoon. Here’s Michigan’s...
RUBBING IT IN
They aren’t the Buckeyes, but rest assured that Ohio Bobcats fans and their alumni do not like Michigan. The school, nor the state itself. They are truly enjoying themselves today, and have a T-shirt available that celebrates the West Region’s 13 seed teams win while mocking the #4 seed Wolverines as well.
Michigan was the lone B1G team to lose in the 1st round of the NCAA...
Trey Burke and Jordan Morgan addressed the media in the locker room after Michigan’s five point loss at Ohio in the NCAA tournament round of 64.
Jordan Morgan after the jump.
Tim Hardaway Jr., Zack Novak and Stu Douglass all faced the media after Michigan’s loss to No. 13 seeded Ohio in the NCAA tournament. Watch the videos in the embedded media players below.
Michigan’s seniors Zack Novak and Stu Douglass after the jump.
After a week of build up, Michigan and Ohio will finally take the floor in Nashville for their opening NCAA tournament tilt. Ohio wants to play Cinderella for the second time in three years while Michigan has its sights set on advancing past the first weekend for the first time since 1994.
The action tips off at 7:20 p.m. (eastern) on TNT with Ian Eagle and Jim Spanarkel on the...
Zack Novak and Trey Burke took the time to discuss Michigan’s upcoming tournament opener against Ohio on Friday night. Watch the videos in the embedded media players below.
Burke after the jump.
As you watch March Madness, the premier event of college basketball, you may have noticed CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson. Her Michigan Wolverines got bounced from the tourney early (she’s a UM grad).
Wolfson formerly worked for MSG Network as an anchor and reporter as well as covering golf, college football and Arena Football for ESPN from 2002–2003. Her on-air career began...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke will kick off his second spring in charge of the program, looking at how his largest players can fill the biggest voids.
''There's some obvious holes that we need to fill on our defensive line with three seniors graduating and when you look at our offensive line,'' Hoke said Friday, the day before the Wolverines' first spring practice...
John Beilein, Zack Novak, Stu Douglass, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke met with the media today before their open practice at Bridgestone Arena. Here’s a transcript of remarks from Michigan players followed by John Beilein.
Q. This could be for anybody up there. They talk about Ohio’s stiff link defense. Talk about what prepared you during the season to get ready for such a...
It had been a long time since Stu Douglass cried about basketball. After the way he played in his final game for Michigan, he just could not hold back the tears.
Michigan's perimeter shooting was spotty against a tough Ohio defense, and the Wolverines couldn't stop the Bobcats, who pulled off the 65-60 upset on Friday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament'...
The Michigan Wolverines (24-9, 13-5) are set to mark their territory against the Ohio Bobcats (27-7, 11-5) in a round of 64 matchup in the NCAA tournament. Tipoff is set for 7:20 eastern on Friday night.
Michigan and Ohio have several connections that run throughout the rosters and coaching staffs. Former co-workers and AAU teammates will renew acquaintances tomorrow night with everything...