Posted February 13, 2013 on
Michigan coach John Beilein alluded to a lack of focus from his Wolverines coming out of Tuesday's pounding at the hands of Michigan State. If they want back in he B1G race, that'll have to change, and quickly.
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Video of Michigan coach John Beilein who discusses his teams lackluster performance in a 75-52 loss to Michigan State, what he noticed in the game, and the plan moving forward.
In a battle of Top 10 teams, Michigan Basketball (21-3, 8-3) will play at Michigan State on Tuesday night. Tip is scheduled for 9pm and the game will be televised on ESPN. This contest marks the third time in the last 4 games that Michigan will play a team ranked in the Top 10.
The 8th ranked Spartans (20-4, 9-2) are tied with Indiana for first place in the Big Ten. Michigan State...
John Beilein addressed the media briefly following Michigan’s 75-52 beating in East Lansing. You can watch using the embedded media player below or read a full transcript after the jump.
Transcript after the jump.
Opening statement: “Michigan State, as you saw today, really has an excellent team. I’ve believed that all year long. They really played like that today. That...
Michigan basketball continued an ugly trend against top-ranked Big Ten foes on the road by getting absolutely drilled by the Michigan State Spartans at the Breslin Center, 75-52. The loss drops #4 Michigan to 21-4 (8-4) while the streaking Spartans improve to 21-4 (10-2).
How They Lost
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Eric Davis is a four-star 2015 point guard recruit out of Saginaw Arthur Hill. Davis has already received plenty of attention from a number of top schools, including Kentucky, Duke and Kansas. Davis took a visit to Michigan to see the Wolverines beat Ohio State at the new Crisler Center, and John Beilein has been keeping close tabs on the talented scorer. We caught up with Davis...
College rivalries are always fun to watch, more so when students get a little crafty.
When the Michigan Wolverines decided they would use the motto “we on” for this year’s basketball team, it was only a matter of time before a rival school would pick up on this grammatical error and use it against them. It only took 25 games to figure something out — and it’s a good thing...
Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke discusses the embarrassing loss to MSU, when he thought the game got away from the Wolverines, and thoughts as Michigan looks to regroup.
John Beilein joined Michigan’s backcourt for media availability this afternoon to talk about the Wolverines’ upcoming top-10 match-up with Michigan State in East Lansing. All three touched on how the basketball rivalry between Michigan State and Michigan has grown throughout the past couple of years and the importance of this particular match-up when it comes to the Big Ten standings...
Last night the #8 ranked Michigan State Spartans steamed rolled over the #4 ranked Michigan Wolverines 75-52. The beating was so bad Michigan State had the chance to the toss in a few players who normally wouldn’t get any playing time. Even Sparty, the mascot for Michigan State, was able to get some air time, after photo bombing ESPN reporter Samantha Ponder.
Perspective is paramount over the course of a 30-something game college basketball season. Managing to maintain perspective without getting caught up in the highs and lows of the last game is idealistic at best. Getting wrapped up in the emotions of a come from behind victory or a devastating defeat is a natural reaction after all. The emotions that surround the unpredictability...