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Beilein embraces his busy offseason

[link]http://m.espn.go.com/ncb/story?storyId=9239231[/link]

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"I can't wait to mow that lawn,'' Beilein said Friday. "When you can cut your lawn, you know things are starting to wind down. It's all good. Every bit of it is good. I highly recommend we do this again next year.''

Take a look at Beilein and the rest of his coaching staff's schedule in the past four weeks.

April 8: Title game in Atlanta.

April 9: Return to Ann Arbor, welcome-back reception at Crisler Arena.

April 10: In the office.

April 11: Player meetings.

April 12-14: Beilein and Trey Burke in Los Angeles for the Wooden Award.

April 14: Burke and Beilein return for Burke's news conference to announce he's leaving for the NBA draft.

April 15: Burke and Beilein in Oklahoma City for Burke to receive the Oscar Robertson Award.

April 16: Team goes through individual workouts on campus.

April 17: Tim Hardaway Jr. news conference to announce he's leaving for the NBA.

April 18: Board of regents recognizes Michigan in Ann Arbor in the morning; Mitch McGary and Glen Robinson III hold news conference to announce they're staying.

April 19-21: Beilein returns to Los Angeles to recruit while staff is in Pittsburgh and New Jersey.

April 22: Return to make calls and recruiting.

April 23-25: Open gym recruiting allowed as staff heads to Chicago.

April 26-28: Beilein and staff recruit at events in Hampton, Va., Atlanta, Indianapolis and Akron.

April 29-May 1: In the office, meeting with players.

May 2: Head to Lansing to be recognized by the governor at the state house.

May 3: In the office.

May 4: Mow lawn.

Beilein said the staff was rushed into making sure the players' decisions about their futures were fully vetted. He said he said as soon as the Wolverines got back to Ann Arbor on April 9, they put together the paperwork to get to the NBA by noon the next day so the NBA advisory committee could return with advice for the Wolverines' underclassmen.[/quote]

Good article.

Go Blue!!

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  • [link]http://m.espn.go.com/ncb/story?storyId=9239231[/link]

    "I can't wait to mow that lawn,'' Beilein said Friday. "When you can cut your lawn, you know things are starting to wind down. It's all good. Every bit of it is good. I highly recommend we do this again next year.''

    Take a look at Beilein and the rest of his coaching staff's schedule in the past four weeks.

    April 8: Title game in Atlanta.

    April 9: Return to Ann Arbor, welcome-back reception at Crisler Arena.

    April 10: In the office.

    April 11: Player meetings.

    April 12-14: Beilein and Trey Burke in Los Angeles for the Wooden Award.

    April 14: Burke and Beilein return for Burke's news conference to announce he's leaving for the NBA draft.

    April 15: Burke and Beilein in Oklahoma City for Burke to receive the Oscar Robertson Award.

    April 16: Team goes through individual workouts on campus.

    April 17: Tim Hardaway Jr. news conference to announce he's leaving for the NBA.

    April 18: Board of regents recognizes Michigan in Ann Arbor in the morning; Mitch McGary and Glen Robinson III hold news conference to announce they're staying.

    April 19-21: Beilein returns to Los Angeles to recruit while staff is in Pittsburgh and New Jersey.

    April 22: Return to make calls and recruiting.

    April 23-25: Open gym recruiting allowed as staff heads to Chicago.

    April 26-28: Beilein and staff recruit at events in Hampton, Va., Atlanta, Indianapolis and Akron.

    April 29-May 1: In the office, meeting with players.

    May 2: Head to Lansing to be recognized by the governor at the state house.

    May 3: In the office.

    May 4: Mow lawn.

    Beilein said the staff was rushed into making sure the players' decisions about their futures were fully vetted. He said he said as soon as the Wolverines got back to Ann Arbor on April 9, they put together the paperwork to get to the NBA by noon the next day so the NBA advisory committee could return with advice for the Wolverines' underclassmen.

    Good article.

    Go Blue!!
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