Found September 18, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Over the next two months we’ll rundown some of the biggest storylines facing the 2013-14 Michigan Wolverines. We start with expectations. A year after a trip to the National Championship game and having two players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft, what should we expect from Michigan next season? John Beilein has things clicking in Ann Arbor. Lately, Michigan’s head coach seems to cross a new milestone achievement off of his checklist every year. First, it was Michigan’s first NCAA tournament berth since the late 1990s. Then it was Michigan’s Big Ten Championship since 1986. Last year it was Michigan’s first Final Four appearance since 1993 and the first of John Beilein’s 38 year coaching career. Michigan fans waited a long time to reach this level of success once again and the next step is to see whether the Wolverines can sustain it. Last season was prime example of just how volatile the college basketball season can be. The Wolverines started 16-0 and eventually reach...
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