Found March 14, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Dustin Johnston John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary took the podium at the United Center after Michigan’s Thursday afternoon win over the Nittany Lions. Read the post-game press conference in the following transcript. JOHN BEILEIN: Really proud of this team. From the way they — we had a really disappointing loss on Saturday. Bouncing back is always a difficult thing to do. But then you get down 14-3, we could have pointed fingers at each other, we could have lost our composure. Within no time it was a tie game or we were ahead by one. So really proud of the way they showed great composure to come back and then win the game going away. Q. Mitch, Jordan [Morgan] struggled a little bit. Did you feel the urge that the team needed a spark to kind of get things going? MITCH McGARY: Coming off the bench I wanted to provide a spark. We were down 14-3 and I know we needed to pick up the intensity on the defensive and offensive glass and I was able to score a few b...
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