I know he has won everywhere he has coached and he is the head of the ethics committee. Everyone that supports him talks about when he gets his players he will win big here too. What nobody wants to talk about is every where else he coached the 3 point line was 19 ft 9 in. Now that he is here at Michigan it has moved back a foot. How much does this affect shooters? Is it harder to evaluate recruits whom don't have the same 3 point line in HS that they will in college? Also is it harder to get offensive rebounds now that shooters are farther from the rim? I'm not here to rip on the system, rather looking for what others think about the possible affects and how much better of a team we may have if the line hadn't moved.