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SportMichigan’s John Beilein had a meltdown in the middle of Jim Harbaugh’s interview

18:46  01 march  2019
18:46  01 march  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Michigan basketball coach John Beilein was having a moment late in the first half of the Wolverines’ home game against Nebraska on Thursday night. And it just happened to be right in the middle of ESPN’ s sideline interview with football coach Jim Harbaugh .

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Michigan’s John Beilein had a meltdown in the middle of Jim Harbaugh’s interview© Associated Press Associated Press Michigan basketball coach John Beilein was having a moment late in the first half of the Wolverines' home game against Nebraska on Thursday night.

And it just happened to be right in the middle of ESPN's sideline interview with football coach Jim Harbaugh.

Basketball and football spectacularly collided in this hilarious clip. As Harbaugh talking to ESPN's Molly McGrath about his unorthodox coaching habits and taking his team to South Africa this year - he's also taken them to Italy and France in past years - Beilein was losing his mind and yelling at a referee after forward Isaiah Livers was called for a foul.

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John Patrick Beilein (/ˈbiːlaɪn/ BEE-lyne; born February 5, 1953) is an American basketball coach and current head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Michigan ' s John Beilein had a meltdown in the middle of Jim Harbaugh ' s interview . “I don’t think he has anything to gain and a lot to lose at Michigan ,” Paul Finebaum said about Harbaugh staying with the Wolverines.

The best part of Beilein's accidental video bomb is that Michigan already had a 39-17 lead over the Cornhuskers in the final minutes of the first half. The Wolverines eventually won, 82-53.

Beilein's meltdown made for an amazing moment, and sports fans loved it and had some jokes.

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Michigan had plenty of highlights in its 82-53 pounding of Nebraska on Thursday night. But considering the lopsided nature of the game, the most amusing highlight may have taken place on the sideline late in the first half. With Michigan well in control, ESPN reporter Molly McGrath caught up with football

Jim Harbaugh always seems to be making headlines and garnering media attention while John Beilein always seems to be making it known how Late in the first half of the Wolverine’ s basketball game against Nebraska, Coach Harbaugh was being interviewed courtside when, seemingly out of

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