Posted April 09, 2013 on michigan.scout.com
PLAYERS: Spike Albrecht
Michigan freshman point guard Spike Albrecht had been a key outside shooter in spurts through the NCAA tournament. Monday night against Louisville, Albrecht was doing it all to the tune of 17 first half points. He reflects on his play, the loss, and his teammates.
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