Found January 23, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein and Jordan Morgan were both available to speak with the media on Wednesday to go over Michigan’s upcoming home match-up with Purdue Thursday night. You can watch the full interviews using the embedded media players below. Jordan Morgan after the jump.
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