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Michigan basketball coach John Beilein speaks with the media Friday, May 26, 2017.
Mark Snyder, Detroit Free Press

As soon as the NCAA concluded its Louisville basketball investigation last week, the school’s 2013 basketball title came under the microscope.

The Cardinals won that title game over Michigan and now that Louisville may vacate games due to ineligible players, potentially that one, it becomes an interesting dynamic for Michigan.

Don’t expect the Wolverines to look back, though.

Asked if Michigan would get national championship rings for its players if the title game is vacated, U-M coach John Beilein rejected that idea.

“I don’t think so,” Beilein said on Fox Sports Radio’s Doug Gottlieb Show today. “They beat us fair and square in a game. I’m not going to go into what their issues were there. It was a basketball game and we had a tough game. The breaks did not go our way. We had some wins where the breaks went all our way.

“It didn’t work out, but we’re not going to look back and ask for anything. Our kids gave us everything they had.”

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Michigan received a shocking performance with 17 points from reserve guard Spike Albrecht in the first half and built a 12-point lead. But Louisville’s Luke Hancock began raining threes and U-M led by just one point at halftime. The Cardinals pulled away for the 82-76 win in the second half.

The NCAA’s procedure for vacating games is one U-M knows well. Michigan had 113 regular season and NCAA tournament wins vacated due to the Ed Martin booster scandal. When wins are vacated, they’re taken away from the team that violated the rules but not added to the opponent. That’s why it’s referred to as…