Found February 11, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein joined Michigan’s backcourt for media availability this afternoon to talk about the Wolverines’ upcoming top-10 match-up with Michigan State in East Lansing. All three touched on how the basketball rivalry between Michigan State and Michigan has grown throughout the past couple of years and the importance of this particular match-up when it comes to the Big Ten standings. Beilein said the coaching staff is still in wait-and-see mode on whether or not Jordan Morgan will be able to play. He has been rehabbing but the staff was concerned about his lack of mobility on Friday after going through most of practice Thursday. Burke and Hardaway after the jump. 
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