Video: Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. Talk Wayne St. Exhibition Win

Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. both met with the media after Michigan’s 47-39 exhibition win over Wayne State.

You can find Hardaway’s interview after the jump.
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Open Thread: Michigan vs. Wayne State (Exhibition)

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The game might not count, but it’s the first opportunity to see Michigan play basketball in public this fall. The season opener is a week away and the Wolverines will fly to Maui in a little over two weeks.

You can watch the game live at at video.btn.com and use the coupon code ‘BTDN3FR33’ to receive a free month’s subscription.

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Preview: Michigan vs. Wayne State (Exhibition)

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Who: Michigan (0-0) vs. Wayne State (0-0) – Exhibition warrior_logo1[1]
Where: Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI
When: 7 p.m. ET, November 4th, 2011
TV: BTN.com / Subscription (Free month w/ code: BTDN3FR33)
Radio: MGoBlue
Video: Beilein Pre-Game / Novak, Hardaway & Morgan

Lost in the excitement of Mitch McGary’s commitment yesterday is the fact that Michigan fans will have their first opportunity to see the 2011-12 Wolverines in action this evening. With exactly one week until the season opener, Michigan welcomes Wayne State to the newly renovated confines of Crisler Arena. The exhibition match-up doesn’t count in the record books but it’s the first chance to see the team that we’ve discussed for the past six or seven months.

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Friday Links: Mitch McGary Reactions

Recapping Mitch McGary’s Commitment

Mitch McGary’s made things official at 5 p.m. to cap off a whirlwind day and our servers (almost) survived and at least recovered quickly. The day was hectic with so many posts so here’s a look back at all of our coverage of McGary’s commitment:

Looking Back at Michigan’s Top Recruits of the Past 20 Years

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Michigan’s signing of the nation’s No. 2 recruit, Mitch McGary, prompted us to look back at some of Michigan’s top signings over the last 20 years. McGary is among the best of the bunch, but how will his career at Michigan compare to some of those previous highly touted Michigan prospects. Here’s a rundown of Michigan’s top recruits in the last two decades – the underachievers, overachievers and everything in between.

Chris Webber – #1, Class of 1991 – Webber was the #1 recruit in the nation coming out of high school and one of the most dominant prep players of the last 20 years. He was dominant at the college level with the Fab Five, being named an All-American and leading Michigan to back-to-back National Championship appearances. However, his story comes with a catch. There’s the time-out call against North Carolina in 1992 and of course the infamous Ed Martin scandal that scarred Michigan basketball for years. Webber and the Fab Five revolutionized the game as highly regarded prospects should but will be forever tarnished by their legacy.

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