Found January 07, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein joined the rest of the Big Ten coaches on the conference’s weekly teleconference. Michigan’s coach discussed his team’s upcoming game against Nebraska, Trey Burke and Glenn Robinson III sweeping the Big Ten weekly awards and more. Opening statement: “We’re pleased to get through the first two games of the Big Ten schedule with a couple of wins. One of the things that we all know is that you need to get some road wins and then hold serve at home if you have any aspirations of being in the top of this league. So I’m happy that we’re off to that start. We have another challenge Wednesday, then before we talk again, again on Sunday. We’re back at it, this will be our third game in six days, so we have to just keep on grinding away.” On Glenn Robinson III winning Freshman of the Week and the rest of the freshman class: “(Robinson) is just doing so many things for us that are behind-the-scenes, that I don’t think many people realize. … We run some very set looks that option o
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