“It was a real wake-up call,” junior guard Caris LeVert said Monday. “We’ve really gotten better because of those games.”
“As I’ve said before for my eight years here, you get a road win over a ranked team … it just doesn’t happen,” Beilein said Monday.
Dick Vitale has a new book out called “Awesome Baby” in which he talks about his early days coaching both the University of Detroit and the Detroit Pistons.
“I love ESPN, guys, I love it,” Beilein said, “but when they told me that the game was being moved back 15 minutes — something is wrong.”
Michigan head coach John Beilein did not plan it out this way, for freshmen and sophomores to comprise 80 percent of the 2014-2015 roster.
After winning the Big Ten and nearly reaching a second straight Final Four, John Beilein’s Michigan team lost a few early entrants to the NBA draft.
The defending Big Ten champion University of Michigan men’s basketball team will open practice to the Maize Rage student section as well as the general public for an hour from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at Crisler Center.
“You have a better evaluation of your team,” Beilein said. “Now your preseason practices should be more on point than they normally would.”
Every varsity coach, including Brady Hoke and John Beilein, have sent a letter supporting beleaguered Athletic Director Dave Brandon to U-M President Mark Schlissel.
Beilein led the Wolverines to a 28-9 record last season, and Michigan won the Big Ten title.