John Beilein has come up with a unique solution to prepare Michigan for the challenges of playing in Cowboys Stadium.
He's not going to do it.
After Michigan's open practice in the NFL's gaudiest stadium, Beilein was happy enough with what he saw to just let the matter rest .
"I don't think we need to address it at all," he said. "We had a practice at Texas-Arlington and then we came over here and shot the ball, and I didn't see any difference, so I'm not going to put that thought in their heads."
Beilein didn't mention it, but he probably also doesn't want to remind his players about Michigan's recent history in Jerry Jones' palace -- the football team was routed by Alabama last fall.
Instead, Beilein and his players are focusing on what's literally their biggest problem against top-seeded Kansas in their NCAA tournament Sweet 16 matchup -- Jeff Withey. The 7-foot center is the reason the Jayhawks have one of the nation's toughest defenses and block as many shots as anyone in ...