maybe i should have had greg howard write the brandon obit.
DJ Wilson and Jalen Brunson finished their seasons well, and Brunson likely did not mean to flip anyone the bird
I don't want to steal too much thunder from UMHoops, so please click on the link. Some of what you'll find by clicking on the link is that Michigan commit DJ Wilson finished his season with 29 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks in a championship game loss. Stats are only worth so much, but it's worth noting that all-everything 2015 forward Ivan Rabb had 26 points, 13 rebounds, and six blocks in the game, so Wilson more-or-less matched him.
Jalen Bruson, 2015 recruit, finished his season with 56 points in a state semifinal loss. He also likely did not mean to flip off the crowd (we had a thread about this a couple of days ago) per the photographer who took the pictures below (bigger versions of which you can find by first going to the UMHoops link):
EDIT: See LSA's post below re: the response of the relevant high school board, who initially punished Bruson and then lifted the punishment.
Episode covers the wins over Wofford and Texas. Interviews with Beilein, Stauskas, and Morgan including postgame lockerroom videos. I cant upload to jcbakkar for 3 months so ill be uploading them on this other account. If mgovideo can upload them onto vimeo that would be great. Enjoy GO BLUE!!
Great story by Rittenberg on Jordan Morgan's career, the struggles of watching McGary last year, and his decision to come back to Michigan this year. Great read:
Not really sure this is thread worthy. Actually, I'm relatively sure it's not, but it made me laugh. Hatin' Ass Spurrier had this take on Michigan's basketball team:
- Two games in and John Beilein's boys have gained zero rushing yard, which makes them the best football team on campus.
Can't believe UNC lost on that timin' issue, especially when all their players got an A in Intermediate Digital Clock Studies.
Tom Izzo's a success because he sticks to his Italian roots: yellin' a lot while everybody else does the work.
If you want to see what the Louisville/Kentucky rivalry is really about, throw some free Plan B in the stands and watch the hair fly.