Posted December 15, 2012 on
Terry Henderson, Eron Harris and Michigan head coach John Beilein discuss Michigan's win over the Mountaineers
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West Virginia enters Saturday’s game against Michigan in Brooklyn with plenty of issues. The Mountaineers have had significant trouble scoring points this season, with an effective field goal percentage of just 42. Their 3-point shooting percentage is among the worst in the country at 26 percent. They have lost to Gonzaga — badly, Davidson, Oklahoma and, most recently, Duquesne...
John Beilein was given the opportunity to turn Michigan back into a national championship contender because of the success he achieved while coaching at West Virginia.
Beilein faces his former school for the first time when his third-ranked Wolverines try to remain undefeated Saturday night against the Mountaineers in the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival at Barclays Center.
Michigan heads back to New York City for a reunion with John Beilein’s former team, West Virginia, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Bill Raftery and Jon Sciambi will be on the call for ESPN with tip off scheduled for 8 p.m. The largest pre-game news is that Aaric Murray, who averages 9 points and seven rebounds per game, did not make the trip to Brooklyn...
Who: No. 3 Michigan (10-0) vs. West Virginia (4-4)
Where: Barclays Center (Brooklyn, NY)
When: 8:00 p.m., Saturday, December 15th, 2012
TV: ESPN / Watch ESPN
Radio: MGoBlue, 950 AM, 102.9 FM, Sirius/XM 91
Michigan heads back to New York City for the second time in a month to take on the West Virginia Mountaineers. John Beilein left Morgantown six years...