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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - John Beilein
Late in basketball practice at Loyola High School this week, Austin Hatch slipped around a 7-foot teammate and hit an up-and-under shot with all the grace and savvy you would expect from a Michigan-bound swingman.
John Beilein hopes his team has learned the right lessons from last season's NCAA tournament run, when Michigan came within a few points of a national title.
Michigan coach John Beilein isn't going anywhere soon.
Fresh off the first Final Four appearance of his career, Michigan coach John Beilein has a new contract.
Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary are coming back to Michigan, hoping to form the nucleus of the Wolverines' next national title contender.
The time was right for Trey Burke.
The last note of "One Shining Moment" had yet to reach the people in the cheap seats at the Georgia Dome when college basketball started doing what it does so well _ looking ahead to next season.
Spike Albrecht shined while Trey Burke sat.
With a national championship slipping away in the final minutes, Trey Burke raced back on defense and gave Michigan fans one more spectacular play to remember.
As coaches go, Michigan's John Beilein is easy to miss.
Rick Pitino knows how lasting one more win would be.
Michigan brushes off any comparisons to the Fab Five.
Attacking Syracuse's suffocating zone defense in the first half with 3-pointers, crisp passing and a fearless attitude, the Wolverines advanced to the national championship game with a 61-56 victory over the Orange in the Final Four on Saturday night.
Jim Larranaga made his mark as a basketball coach years ago at places like Bowling Green and George Mason. This season, with his Miami Hurricanes enjoying unprecedented success, Larranaga showed he has impressive footwork.
Some get paid millions to try and solve the riddle facing the Michigan coaching staff at the Final Four this weekend.
"It's exciting as can be that he's going to have this opportunity to play organized basketball again," Beilein said.
Michigan head coach John Beilein shouts from his bench in the second half of an NCAA college basketball exhibition game with Wayne State, at Crisler Center in Ann Arbor, Mich., Monday, Nov. 4, 2013.