Obviously DJ Wilson can pick up his third foul and we'd be in deep trouble still but did Wilson being on the bench for seven minutes cost us in a one point loss?
Obviously this was not the way we wanted the year to end. Nevertheless, the boys never stopped fighting throughout the year and they made me proud to be a wolverine.
As always, Go Blue.
Edit: Clearly this means we'll win.
This article really hit home. I grew up in Ann Arbor, and went to my first basketball banquet (then called the "Bust") in 1977 as a 9 year old. This was a year after they made the finals against Indiana, and my 4' 10" self bounced around getting autographs from Phil Hubbard, Ricky Green etc.
The fact is that success in college sports comes, and goes, in spurts. I was senior at Michigan when we won it all in 1989, and hope that the current students appreciate this run no matter where it ends up like we did then. Anyway, this article by a current student in the Daily sums it all with more clarity than my blathering above;
I know someone posted about how Nik has scored 20 in the last two games, however I happened to watch the game and it reminded me of a certain first half Nik had against Florida this weekend in the tourney 4 years ago(SPOILER: He goes 5-5 from deep in the first half on some tough shots). Thought some of you might enjoy the reminiscing on this great basketball day.
If someone could embed for the board or tell me how, the embed link is here