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John Beilein met with media during his post-game press conference after Michigan’s 80-75 win over Purdue in West Lafayette. You can watch using the embedded media player below or read selected notes and quotes after the jump.
Opening statement: “I think I said to our press last week that one of the keys to winning on the road is at least get off to a good start. I thought we really played well in the first half. We missed a ton of really easy shots, that is all just part of the game, I guess. Still, being down four, I thought we played a really good first half. Did not expect what we saw in the first five to ten minutes of the second half. Matt (Painter) did a coverage on our ball screen that blew us apart for a little bit. Once we regrouped, we became much better at what we had to do. Really, I applaud my coaching staff and my team for staying united and helping everybody get through that. We had some guys come up big today. Really big.”
On Trey Burke in the second half: “As the...
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Michigan basketball (24-5, 11-5), ranked #7 in the country, will take their act to West Lafayette on Wednesday night for their final road game of the year at Purdue. Tip is set for 7 pm eastern and the game will be aired on the Big Ten Network.
To be clear, Michigan fans one and all will be thrilled that the 2012-13 road slate is coming to a close. The Wolverines are 17-0 at home...
Michigan Basketball (25-5, 12-5) pulled out a hard fought 80-75 victory at Purdue (14-16, 7-10) on Wednesday night. The Wolverines were able to overcome a career day by Terone Johnson, who scored 32 points, and kept their Big Ten title hopes alive.
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Michigan opened up an early 12 point lead, but Purdue stormed back behind 13 first half points from...
John Beilein, Jordan Morgan, and Tim Hardaway Jr. were all available to the media on Tuesday to preview Michigan’s match-up with Purdue in West Lafayette on Wednesday. Beilein indicated that Nik Stauskas has been cleared to play after sustaining a nasty elbow from Branden Dawson against Michigan State. You can watch the full presser using the embedded media player below. Hardaway...
Michigan’s teetering Big Ten title hopes were rejuvenated on Tuesday evening as Ohio State won at Purdue. Michigan has to win at Purdue and against Indiana on Sunday to claim a share of the title for the second consecutive year.
The Indiana game will draw the headlines but tonight’s match-up at Purdue won’t come easy. The Wolverines have lost four consecutive...
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Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner was granted an extra season of eligibility because of medical hardship from the 2010 season.
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Senior Night is an emotional night for everyone involved. The coaches lose the men and women they’ve coached for four years and the fans lose the players they’ve cheered and jeered for their entire collegiate careers. However, Senior Night is most important to the players involved.
In some sports (football and basketball), its difficult...
Trey Burke put Michigan on his back to down the stretch to lead Michigan to a comeback victory at Purdue. Burke finished with 26 points, 22 in the second half, and seven assists to just one turnover in the Michigan win. Watch what Burke along with teammates Nik Stauskas and Tim Hardaway Jr., who both hit critical shots in Michigan’s comeback, had to say in the embedded media player...
John Beilein, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. all met with the media this afternoon to discuss Michigan’s home rematch with Indiana on Sunday. A Michigan win will give the Wolverines their second consecutive share of the Big Ten title. Watch all three in the embedded media players below:
Burke and Hardaway after the jump.
The Michigan Wolverines got some great news today as their starting QB Devin Gardner was granted an additional year of eligibility by the NCAA. Coming out of high school, Gardner was ranked by Scout.com as the #5 QB in his class and was given the prestigious five star ranking.
Gardner debuted for Michigan in 2010 as the Wolverines had a crowed...
Devin Gardner is penciled in as the starting QB for the Michigan Wolverines in 2013, however, he was expected to be a one-and-done at the helm of the program as he entered his senior season, but earlier today it was announced that Gardner has been granted an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA for injuries suffered during his freshman season.
Gardner saw action in...
Former Michigan LB, Kenny Demens is hard at work at Performance Enhancement Professionals in Scottsdale, AZ preparing for Michigan’s pro day. He took time out of his busy schedule to join GoBlueWolverine’s Sam Webb on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA earlier this week to discuss his training, his thoughts on the promising futures of Joe Bolden, James Ross, Chris Bryant, Drake Johnson, and more.
News broke Tuesday out of Schembechler Hall that Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner has been granted a medical hardship allowing him two more years of eligibility in the Maize and Blue.