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Walk-on brings leadership, comic relief
Mike Rothstein profiles Corey Person (Photo: Dustin Johnston)
Michael Rosenberg: How Michigan’s Ben Cronin went from hot prospect to student manager
Rosenberg profiles Ben Cronin
Men’s Hoops Game with OSU a Maize Out, Marks Return of FanCam
Be in your seat 10 minutes before tip off if you want to be on FanCam
Bartelstein Blog: A little win streak, Not just scoring, GameDay!
Fresh Bartelstein blog on MGoBlue
The 4 most important players for the Big Ten basketball title contenders
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Hoops Picture Pages: Running the Break
Ace breaks down Michigan’s attack off of defensive rebounds
Michigan State Pre-game: B5Q grills The Only Colors
Huge game for the Big Ten title rae tongiht
Fee-Based Component Coming To March Madness Online Coverage
All-access pass for $3.99 depending on your cable provider. Personally, I’d gladly pay four bucks to easily watch every tournament game.
Klee: Embattled Weber takes blame
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Demand was so high to speak with Michigan’s senior captains during Michigan’s off-week that the Athletic Department put together a sit down with both Zack Novak and Stu Douglass to reflect on their careers up to this point and share their thoughts on the renovations to the Crisler Center. Watch video from Novak’s sit down or find the highlights after the jump.
Stu Douglass met with the media this morning to reflect on his career up to this point and to talk about his impressions of the new Player Development Center. Here’s video of Douglass, followed by notes and quotes after the jump:
On the PDC and how it has affected him personally: “It just makes things easier on all of us. You can get shots up or shoot after a game if you didn’t...
This afternoon, senior Zack Novak met with the media to discuss everything from what the past four years have been like to what he plans on doing in the future. During the interview, Novak was asked about fellow Chesterton, Ind. native, five star big man Mitch McGary, who has signed to play with Michigan next season. In the second part of the video, Novak addresses what his relationship...
Cronin was a 7-foot-1 center who had just received a scholarship offer from Syracuse. But his body already had started to betray him. He had suffered an injured left hip as a high school junior. He played only five games at Michigan before retiring at age 20.
Trey Burke, Zack Novak and Tim Hardaway Jr. each met with the media this afternoon to discuss Michigan’s upcoming primetime matchup against No. 6 Ohio State. Find Burke’s interview in the embedded media player below.
Novak and Hardaway after the jump.