Found February 12, 2012 on
Matt Vogrich and Zack Novak met with the media after Michigan’s nine point home win over Illinois. Here what the duo had to say in the embedded media players below:
Novak after the jump.
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To finish the regular season strong and put together momentum for the NCAA tournament, Michigan is going to need some help from its bench. Wednesday's second half at Nebraska provided a hint that junior guard Matt Vogrich is prepared to fill that void.
2011 was the year of trick shot video. In 2012, the love song (now with a grand total of one!) appears to be the new trend. Yes, Denard Robinson throws some passes that look like they’ve been shot only inches after leaving his hand, but Michigan loves their start quarterback. You can’t blame them, really. [...]
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Michigan State’s upset win in Columbus leaves Michigan just a game out of a first place tie entering today’s game against Illinois. Tip off is scheduled for 1 p.m. at the Crisler Center and although the same is sold out you can watch it on CBS or streaming live here.
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Tim Hardaway Jr. and Evan Smotrycz met with the media after their strong performances in Michigan’s victory over Illinois. The slumping Michigan players bounced back to combine for 28 points and five assists in Michigan’s win.
Smotrycz after the jump.
No. 1 ranked Utah (4-1) travels to Ann Arbor, Mich., for a Friday, Feb. 17 meet with the No. 21 Michigan Wolverines (6-1). The meet starts at 6 p.m. Eastern Time in the Crisler Center. Live scores and commentary will be provided on UtahUtes.com. Live video is available on mgoblue.com with a paid subscription.
Evan Smotrycz, Zack Novak, Matt Vogrich, and Tim Hardaway reflect upon Michigan's 70-61 victory over Illinois. The quartet discuss their offensive improvement, maintaining their confidence and fath in one another during slumps, and more.