Post-game video of Spike Albrecht after Michigan's 66-56 win over Minnesota.
Michigan senior center Jordan Morgan and sophomore point guard Spike Albrecht have come up big in their careers in Ann Arbor. Following a B1G share clinching win over Minnesota Saturday, John Beilein knew exactly what put the Wolverines over the top.
VIDEO: Michigan sophomore point guard Spike Albrecht on the continuing development of freshman Derrick Walton, looking to Wisconsin, the Big Ten race, more.
Michigan may have beaten down Nebraska by 29 points on Wednesday night, but the game definitely didn’t lack great highlights.
Late in the second half of Wednesday’s win, Spike Albrecht threw a stationary alley oop pass to Jon Horford that wowed the crowd. Trust me, I was there.
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Michigan State fans gave Spike Albrecht a 'Justin Bieber' chant as he was shooting free throws.
Jordan Morgan and Spike Albrecht had some time before practice to speak with the media about their upcoming game against Concordia to kick of Michigan’s exhibition season on Tuesday. The theme of the day was competition — Morgan talked about competing with the other bigs for minutes vacated by Mitch McGary, and Albrecht addressed competing with Derrick Walton for minutes at the...
Spike Albrecht wasn’t supposed to play high-major Division I basketball. He wasn’t supposed to score 17 points in the National Championship game. And he’s not supposed to start at point guard next season for John Beilein’s Michigan team.
But whenever he was called upon as a freshman, Spike Albrecht answered the bell.
His National Championship game performance – 17 points...
Sports Illustrated profiles Spike Albrecht:
“It was one of the first games I ever busted out laughing,” says Jordan, who is also Albrecht’s position coach. “In practice we had seen him do that, and obviously the stage is different, but we’ve seen Spike make shots. I got a kick out of looking around the entire stadium and seeing the look on everyone else’s face.”
After Michigan's Spike Albrecht was done raining threes on the court, he took some time to holler at supermodel Kate Upton on Twitter.
Spike Albrecht had never scored more than 7 points in any NCAA game until the National Title game when his Wolverines lost to Louisville 82-76. Spike was on fire for the first half and ended up with a career-high 17 points. Spike saw that Kate Upton had attended the game and decided that while he was personally on a roll he would Tweet at the two-time Sports Illustrated swimsuit...