Category: 2011-2012 Season

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In part two of our interview with former Michigan captain Zack Novak, we discuss Thursday’s upcoming game against Minnesota and what Novak has seen out of Michigan’s freshmen. Catch up with part one here or read part two below. I get the sense you’ve watched your fair share of Big Ten hoops this year. Have […]

Syracuse.com profiles Ben Cronin: So this week, he will return to Ann Arbor, a town he loves, to figure out what to do with the rest of his life. He will student teach for a semester to fulfill his education degree requirements. And then, perhaps he will seek a secondary academic concentration in physical therapy. […]

Former Michigan captain Zack Novak informed us last week that his plans to play basketball in Holland were all but official and he completed the deal this weekend, according to AnnArbor.com. The former Michigan basketball captain confirmed to AnnArbor.com on Monday that he’s signed a professional contract with Landstede, a Netherlands-based club that plays in […]

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Former Michigan guard Carlton Brundidge committed to the University of Detroit on Thursday evening. Brundidge was one of three scholarship players to transfer from Michigan. Evan Smotrycz committed to Maryland while Colton Christian is off to Florida International. TJ Kelley first reported the news while Brundidge confirmed his intentions on Twitter. Kelley reports that Brundidge chose […]

Video, Notes & Quotes: John Beilein wraps up 2012, looks ahead to next season

John Beilein met with the media today to wrap up Michigan’s 2011-12 campaign. In a roundtable discussion, Beilein addressed everything from transfers, recruiting, next year’s team and more. Here’s video of Beilein, followed by notes and quotes after the jump:

Luke Winn hands out coaching awards with a nod toward Michigan’s John Beilein for success without depth. The “need for depth” is a myth in college basketball: All four Final Four teams this season ranked 308th or lower in percentage of minutes by bench players. National champ Kentucky ranked 323rd, at 21.6 percent. You can […]

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