When his team isn’t hitting free throws, John Beilein has simple advice: picture your loved ones.
“I usually tell them to think about their mother … relax them a bit.”
Once again, the Wolverines pulled a rabbit out of their hat in a game they tried desperately to lose, topping Minnesota, 76-73, in a bewildering back and forth slugfest.
Amid injury and controversy in a disappointing year, the Golden Gophers enter Crisler Center on Saturday on a four-game losing streak and with little to play for except pride.
The Daily sat down with Jordan Murphy and Nate Mason at Big Ten Media Day in October to talk about battling depth issues, their lack of roster turnover and what their expectations for the season were.
Charles Matthews is looking to re-discover the consistency he enjoyed at the beginning of the season.
The defense had no choice but to step up with how much Michigan struggled on the offensive end, namely in the first half.
If you spill a drink at a party, it’s a party foul.
If the party’s theme was “spill your drink,” then, well, you did what you had to do and nothing more.
Michigan put on a performance that would be good enough to put away almost any game. Not against Purdue, though.
In a wild, back-and-forth game between two top-25 teams, it was the Boilermakers that emerged victorious.
Beilein gave Purdue high praise on Wednesday, but with the way the Boilermakers have been playing, it's easy to see where he is coming from.