Found February 15, 2012 on UM Hoops:
Demand was so high to speak with Michigan’s senior captains during Michigan’s off-week that the Athletic Department put together a sit down with both Zack Novak and Stu Douglass to reflect on their careers up to this point and share their thoughts on the renovations to the Crisler Center. Watch video from Novak’s sit down or find the highlights after the jump. On whether there was anything else he wished for inside the Player Development Center:: “No. I don’t know what else I could possibly ask for. It’s more than I deserve that’s for sure. I’m happy with it.” On whether he wished he was a freshman today to have four years in the PDC: “Maybe a sophomore. I don’t ever want to be a freshman again. I keep joking with the guys that Stu, Corey and I are just kind of renting this right now and it’s their thing and they are just letting us use it for a bit.” On the PDC symbolizing ‘Michigan basketball being back’: “I think this was a big step for that. Especially for recruiting. Bef

Video: Zack Novak talks Mitch McGary, Ben Cronin

This afternoon, senior Zack Novak met with the media to discuss everything from what the past four years have been like to what he plans on doing in the future. During the interview, Novak was asked about fellow Chesterton, Ind. native, five star big man Mitch McGary, who has signed to play with Michigan next season. In the second part of the video, Novak addresses what his relationship...

Video, Notes & Quotes: Stu Douglass reflects on career, PDC, more

Stu Douglass met with the media this morning to reflect on his career up to this point and to talk about his impressions of the new Player Development Center. Here’s video of Douglass, followed by notes and quotes after the jump: On the PDC and how it has affected him personally: “It just makes things easier on all of us. You can get shots up or shoot after a game if you didn’t...

Zack Novak helped recruit Mitch McGary from hometown for Michigan

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Michigan Basketball: Wolverines set for epic clash with Ohio State

The 17th ranked Michigan Wolverines (19-7, 9-4) will host #6 Ohio State (22-4, 10-3) on Saturday night in a colossal showdown at Crisler. The game will tip at 9pm and be televised on espn. First place in the Big Ten is on the line, with a win, U-M will move into a tie with OSU in the conference standings. Ohio State took out the frustrations of their home loss to Michigan State by...

Davidson Player Development Center (Video)

The Michigan athletic department announced Thursday afternoon that the Board of Regents approved the naming of the "William Davidson Player Development Center" after the late Detroit Pistons owner & U-M grad. GBW takes you through the impressive facility while Stu Douglass and Zack Novak talk about how important it has been to their success.

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The University of Iowa women's basketball team travels to Ann Arbor on Thursday to take on the Michigan Wolverines. Tip-off at Crisler Arena is scheduled for 7 p.m. (CT).

NFL draft expert Mayock: MSU's Cousins a fourth-rounder

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