Found March 31, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr., Nik Stauskas and Spike Albrecht were on the podium after Michigan’s Elite Eight win. Read their comments in the transcript below. COACH BEILEIN: Had a quick wardrobe change here, just got hit with a pretty big container of red Gatorade. This is going to have to do for right now. As it’s been like all year for our coaching staff, we’ve been working with the finest group of young men, as fine as anything we’ve ever been around. The distractions were minimal, the attention to detail and work habits were sensational. To see it all come together for them today, because it’s really about the kids, about the student‑athletes, seeing it come together, I don’t know what to say. I’m a little bit speechless. I’m sure I’ll find words later on. Q. Spike, you might be at Appalachian State if you hadn’t been recruited. Talk about what it’s like being on this stage. SPIKE ALBRECHT: The coaches and my teammates have a ton of confidence in me and that gives m
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