His Blog headline is "Manny Harris and Michigan were bad fit", and makes up stuff like this:
Harris wanted to attend Tennessee after Amaker was fired. He liked the system there better and his instincts told him it would be a better fit. Instead some of his old coaches like Ben Flowers and Derrick McDowell and others urged Harris to stick to his commitment to attend Michigan.
Their reasoning was they wanted to give Beilein a bone for the future. The word in the streets is that Beilein and Michigan did not want PSL players on the roster. They didn't fit his system and Michigan appeared to be a program trying to become the Duke of the north with players that could shoot long range jumpers and fit a system.
The PSL coaches wanted to show Beilein that their players could fit in and they wanted to build a relationship with Beilein
Of course, he didn't even get the name of the the coach right (Psst...Terry, it's not "Ben").
I mean, I know he's been demoted to almost nothing, but how he even still has a job....
The link, for appropriateness:
But if you listen to the podcasts on WTKA, around the 7:30-7:45 am time slot, Sam reads the whole thing on the air. So you can just listen to it without clicking, if you want.