Posted February 11, 2013 on michigan.scout.com
Michigan coach John Beilein knows the challenge Michigan State poses in the frontcourt, with or without Jordan Morgan. Practice Monday will go a long way to indicate whether or not the junior can go Tuesday in East Lansing.
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