Posted February 29, 2012 on
Michigan has renewed life in the Big Ten title race thanks to Indiana's homw win over Michigan State last night. Before their road game at Illinois tomorrow night, John Beilein, Matt Vogrich, and Jordan Morgan discussed their mindset, their approach the past few days, and the development of freshman forward, Max Bielfeldt
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Jordan Morgan takes us through three keys to post defense in shootaround before Michigan’s match-up with Illinois tonight.
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Tim Hardaway Jr. sparked Michigan to a 72-61 victory at Illinois on Thursday night. The win keeps Michigan’s Big Ten title hopes alive and improves their record to 22-8, 12-5 which is the highest win total during the John Beilein era. It was also U-M’s first victory at Illinois since 1995.
The Wolverines came out looking very sharp and refreshed from the extra rest they had this...
Courtesy of Dave Heller at the JSOnline, which now requires a subscription, and the ESPN Big Ten blog, here are some comments Michigan center David Molk had to say about himself and Peter Konz.
On his performance at the combine compared to Konz's.
I have skills he doesn’t have. Obviously, my strength is far better, I’m faster, I would say I’m smarter. Obviously, he’s...
One of the biggest steps for the Michigan football team to repeat last season's success is to find leaders on the team, ideally quarterback Denard Robinson.
When Mike Martin went to the NFL combine last weekend in Indianapolis, the former Michigan defensive tackle was determined to show his full abilities. While he was able to show off his strength -- tying for third among all players with 36 bench-press reps of 225 pounds -- he left Indianapolis more pleased about the balance.
John Beilein met with the media after Michigan’s first win at Illinois since 1995 and discussed Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke’s big performances among other things. Watch his press conference in the embedded media player below or find notes and quotes after the jump.
Opening statement: “I really like what we were able to accomplish today given the fact that we had a really...
Michigan center David Molk isn’t lacking for confidence. Prior to the Scouting Combine, Molk said he could break the event’s all-time record in the bench press, and although he fell short of that (finishing with 41 repetitions of 225 pounds, good for second-best this year), he’s continuing to talk himself up after the Combine. Told…