Found March 10, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein faced the media after Michigan lost a share of the Big Ten Championship on its home court Sunday. Watch the quotes press conference in the embedded media player below or find selected quotes after the jump. “It was a great basketball game. Our kids played their hearts out. I thought we defended them very well at times, most of the time but just let them crash three or four guys and somebody always seemed to be missing someone so the rebounding was a huge part of this game. It’s a shame when we defend so well and they just walk in and get a layup. It happened over and over. As a coaching staff and as a team we’ve gotta find a way to get better in that area. You get what you earn and we didn’t quite earn this one today.” On the final play: “We practice that quite often. It’s just called 1-2-3. You’re trying to get a screen right down the middle of the floor, take it to the basket and just play ball. The man that sets the screen is going to follow for a rebound. We got a...
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