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Michigan freshman forward Glenn Robinson III rarely encountered players bigger than him in high school. Now flourishing in the four spot for the Wolverines, Robinson’s adjusting and competing against great size every single day.
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Glenn Robinson III appeared before the media on Monday to talk about his own personal progression as a player as well as Michigan’s progress as a whole. You can listen using the embedded media player below or read selected notes and quotes after the jump.
“I think the whole team has grown a lot. Personally, I have, especially on the defensive end. That’s one thing we focus...
1) Glenn Robinson III throws it down after Trey Burke finds him running baseline
While this game was not even remotely competitive, John Beilein stressed that the coaching staff was still able to learn a lot and come away with things to work on in practice. Similarly, we can glean something from these plays even though it was sometimes hard to pinpoint any that could be called “key”...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. You've heard the stat. Michigan is 10-0 for the first time since the NCAA-championship season of 1988-89.
Now comes the question. What does it mean? Is this team destined for greatness like the RiceRobinson championship group or the TraylorTaylor teams? Do we dare mention this team in the same breath as the Fab Five?
The short answer is yes. There's already...
Who: Binghamton (2-8) at No. 3 Michigan (9-0)
Where: Crisler Center (Ann Arbor, MI)
When: 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 11th, 2012
Radio: MGoBlue, 950 AM, Sirius 123, XM 190
More: Pick to Click, Glenn Robinson III talks growth, Beilein looks back at first nine games
Michigan’s game against Binghamton tonight is the type that you hope to avoid when...