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John Beilein addressed the media briefly following Michigan’s 75-52 beating in East Lansing. You can watch using the embedded media player below or read a full transcript after the jump.
Transcript after the jump.
Opening statement: “Michigan State, as you saw today, really has an excellent team. I’ve believed that all year long. They really played like that today. That was the worst we played in a long, long time and credit Michigan State for that. The experience in their post play was big. They really took care of the ball and offensive rebounded extremely well. There were so many things we played poorly in, it’s hard to put my finger on it. But Michigan State was excellent today.”
On Michigan’s offense and Michigan State’s defense: “They were very good; we couldn’t get anywhere where we wanted to get to. When we did have open looks, we didn’t make them. I said that before the game that we had to do that. We play in front of a sell-out every night, for the whole year, virtually...
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Video of Michigan coach John Beilein who discusses his teams lackluster performance in a 75-52 loss to Michigan State, what he noticed in the game, and the plan moving forward.
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Michigan basketball continued an ugly trend against top-ranked Big Ten foes on the road by getting absolutely drilled by the Michigan State Spartans at the Breslin Center, 75-52. The loss drops #4 Michigan to 21-4 (8-4) while the streaking Spartans improve to 21-4 (10-2).
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Morgan after the jump.
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Who: No. 4 Michigan (21-3, 8-3 B1G) at No. 8 Michigan State (20-4, 9-2 B1G)
Where: Breslin Center (East Lansing, MI)
When: 9:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 12th, 2013
TV: ESPN / Watch ESPN
Radio: MGoBlue, 950 AM, 102.9 FM, Sirius/XM 91
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