Michigan’s John Beilein on trying to get back to the Final Four

03/30/2014

Michigan John Beilein with PJ CarlesimoINDIANAPOLIS, IN – A year after coming so close to a national title in an epic championship game with Louisville, the Michigan Wolverines are on the cusp of a return trip to the Final Four – and a return to AT&T Stadium in North Texas.

The Wolverines won last year’s South Regional at the stadium by beating Florida in the regional final, but it was Trey Burke’s shot against Kansas that is probably the most memorable moment from that weekend.

As for the task at hand, Michigan matches up with Kentucky this afternoon with a trip to Texas on the line.

Our P.J. Carlesimo caught up with head coach John Beilein ahead of the game.

(Listen to Coach Beilein’s interview with P.J. Carlesimo)

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