Their high school coaches and AAU coaches have probably a better appreciation of Michigan than maybe they had before," Beilein said. "It's a tough balance right now. Tim Hardaway and Trey Burke weren't really high-profile players, nor was Darius Morris, and all were high-profile players. "We're still looking at 'who is the best fit.' "
This was a classic play that has to rank up there with others in the Michigan-MSU series such as the Douglas 3-pointer, the Manningham TD and the Dileo reception/Gibbons FG. What other little-brother-beating plays belong in this group?
Edit: For clarification, I'm referring to the steal on Appling which led to the game-winning basket, although the steal on Harris was arguably just as important.