Found January 16, 2013 on UM Hoops:
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In part two of our interview with former Michigan captain Zack Novak, we discuss Thursday’s upcoming game against Minnesota and what Novak has seen out of Michigan’s freshmen. Catch up with part one here or read this interview below. I get the sense you’ve watched your fair share of Big Ten hoops this year. Have you had a chance to watch Minnesota? How do you see Michigan matching up with Minnesota? Of course, I watch every Michigan game. Most of them I can catch live, but even if I can’t I watch them on the DVR as soon as possible. I do have a ton of free time over here, so whenever Big Ten games are on, I usually try to watch to see what we’re up against. My good friend (and fellow former #0 jersey repper), Kory Barnett, is the graduate assistant at Indiana this year, so I do try to catch most of his games as well. I got a chance to watch Minnesota on Saturday and they went through the same sort of start and comeback that we had Sunday. The first thing that stands out about Minnes...
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