“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
I'll begin by throwing out the obligatory "sorry if this is too OT, mods delete" statement. Anyway, I'm in grad school at NMU in Marquette and am perusing the class list for the fall semester and happened across a Weight Training and Conditioning course taught by former WR Marcus Knight (who happens to be the WR coach up here, for those wondering why he's at NMU). I'm debating taking the course for laughs 'n giggles, since I go to the gym regularly anyway, and was wondering if it was bad form to take the course simply because it's Marcus Knight and/or to talk to him about his Michigan days.
Something tells me it seems like a bad idea, but I thought I'd get the crowds opinion on this. I don't plan on being obnoxious or anything, just thought it'd be cool to say I've taken a class with him and maybe pick his brain a little bit.