(Submitted from my phone, so forgive the format/spelling errors.)
I have a strange feeling. No, dex, not that kind of feeling.
In 30+ years of following Michigan football and basketball, I can honestly say that I have never had much confidence in our game-day coaching. This is undoubtedly heresy for many as I am obviously including Bo in this. Any confidence I had in our teams was almost always a function of overwhelming talent. We have had good coaches, certainly, but I trembled when we were forced to rely of the tactical proficiency of our leaders. When watching the '89 run, I remember getting excited when Billy Packer would point out a good coaching move by Fisher. Could this accountant-type guy be that master strategist I have always longed for? (No.) I remember being stunned when Lloyd outcoached Urban fourteen months ago.
For the first time, I have complete faith in our coach's gameplan for tomorrow and the coaching decisions he will make. Doesn't necessarily mean we'll win, of course, but what a feeling to know that other teams are worried about playing Beilein like I used to be worried about playing the General or Holtz or Tressel. They talk about the threat of Beilein as much as Harris or Sims. No one ever talked about the threat of playing against Amaker or Fisher or Carr.
I love that feeling of knowing our guy will outcoach your guy all things being equal.