Posted April 07, 2013 on michigan.scout.com
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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