Posted April 07, 2013 on
John Beilein was joined by his starting five Sunday afternoon for one final chat with the media before Monday night's championship bout with Louisville. All six Wolverines recapped their paths to Ann Arbor, reflected on how their games have evolved, discussed the challenges that Louisville presents, and much much more.
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John Beilein and Bacari Alexander were available at Michigan’s locker room after the Wolverines lost to Louisville in the championship game on Monday evening. Watch Michigan’s head coach and his assistant discuss the loss in the embedded media players below.
Alexander after the jump.
After Michigan 82-76 defeat to the Louisville Cardinals in the national championship game, John Beilein made his way back to the locker room to address the media. The Wolverines headman discussed his team's performance, what this year's journey means for the program moving forward, the presence of the Fab Five in the stands, and more.
ATLANTA – During the final seconds of regulation against Kansas, Trey Burke dribbled up court, crossed the half-court line, pulled up soon after and heaved a 3-pointer that was well beyond NBA range.
The shot went in, Michigan fans lost their collective mind. The Wolverines won in overtime.
But was it the shot John Beilein wanted? It’s inconsequential to ask that...
The college basketball national championship game is tonight. Here is what the players and coaches on Louisville and Michigan are saying about the game.
-”A lot of teams when you watch them, you get nervous a little bit because they do so many things well,” Pitino said Sunday. “You have fun watching Michigan play basketball. The way they pass, cut, shoot, it’s a John Beilein...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist As coaches go, Michigan's John Beilein is easy to miss.
He isn't a flashy dresser. He doesn't do commercials. He won't prance up and down the sideline, even late in close games, when everybody else in the arena is up on their feet. His pedigree won't knock you out, either.
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John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Spike Albrecht were on the podium for Michigan after its championship game loss to Louisville. Read comments from Beilein and his players in the transcript below.
COACH BEILEIN: I’ve had a lot of really good teams over the years, some emotional locker rooms. That one was as emotional, or most emotional we’ve ever...
Watch John Beilein, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. discuss Michigan’s upcoming game against Syracuse at today’s press conference.
Michigan headman John Beilein alongside Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. discussed Michigan's upcoming Final Four match-up with Syracuse. The trio commented on the challenges the Orange present, attacking the 2-3 zone, Fab Five comparisons, and more.
Watch Michigan’s press conference after its five point win over Syracuse on Saturday night as John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary face the media on the podium.
Read the full transcript here.