Michigan's Beilein shows off office space

Posted at 4:46 PM, Feb 15, 2016

The Wolverines are riding a two-game winning streak and that has head coach John Beilein breathing a little bit easier. 

For the moment, Michigan has come off the bubble, and firmly into the field of 68. 

Things don't ease up for the Wolverines down the stretch, especially with trips to Ohio State and Maryland on the horizon, but Beilein believes his team has found the necessary gear as crunch time approaches. 

This week, Coach Beilein takes us inside his office to give us perspective on life, family and where his team sits with just five games to go.