U-M Assistant Coach Charles Ramsey
On the difference between the two halves ... "This game was really a tale of two halves. We were in control of the game and the tempo near the end of the first half but I thought a really big play was the jumper by (Iowa's Luke) Recker at the end of the half. They came out in the second half and kept that going and we just could not get our feet out of the sand."
On Gavin Groninger ... "He really gave us a big lift. When he came in we were down by seven and he helped us get on a little run. He shot well and squared up to the basket. He can do those things for us."
On the dominance of Iowa in the paint ... "(Reggie) Evans and (Glen) Worley were the difference. Evans had 18 or 20 points to go along with 12 or so boards and Worley added another 15 to 17. They were not doing anything spectacular or special. They were just posting up and hitting the glass."
On what is next for the Wolverines ... "We are going to do what we always do. We are trying to build for the future. What Coach (Tommy) Amaker wants to do down the line is build a program. We are going to do what we have always done."
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