Posted January 02, 2012 on michigan.scout.com
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Michigan players were available to the media this afternoon with many of them talking about the focus level down in New Orleans as well as seniors Kevin Koger, Ryan Van Bergen and Mike Martin talking about their feelings on the last few days as Michigan football players.
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