Found January 13, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein faced the media after Michigan’s three point loss at Ohio State. Watch the coach’s press conference in the embedded media player below or read highlighted quotes after the jump. “Watching film and watching them today, Ohio State is a really, really good defensive team. And you are watching a team that plays defense, buys into it and then very skilled defenders on the perimeter. Really proud of the way our guys worked. If you check the minutes you’ll see five freshman played almost double digit minutes. They didn’t have a freshman see the floor. It’s adversity at this time of the year. Most teams now are seeing their first top level teams on the road. Just watch your scores and a lot of the questions you have will be answered. There’s a lot that goes through the season and it’s a journey. We have to embrace an important part of it today” On leaving points in transition: “They are a very good team and we have to find [a few more] plays. But there were a few times that w...
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