Michigan is a destination, not a stepping stone, and I have always loved that our coaches have tended to retire (or be fired) from the post rather than leave to coach somewhere else. I was one of the people who worried that bringing in an outsider who didn't understand that Michigan is a school and a program different from all of the others might backfire on us. MSU can trace much of its problems to Saban bailing on them and establishing them as a little brother program. That being said, how do you guys think that RR is handling balancing running the program his way with the traditions of UofM? Is he becoming a "Michigan Man," or is does that label not matter anymore?
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