Done by someone most people (me included) probably don't know about/care about/believe exists, the Men's Golf Assistant Coach, Chris Whitten. Which is why I'm putting it here, because it's a really nice move and he's probably never going to get much recognition for it (or, really anything he does) anywhere else.
1) Didn't get to go to Puerto Rico with the rest of the team for their tournament
2) Instead, spent Tuesday, after the snow storm, digging out the men's and women's golfers cars, from the snow that had accumulated naturally, plus the stuff the plows pushed up against the cars and a lot ice. And then cleaned off their windows for them, so that when they both got home around 1 a.m. from Puerto Rico or Florida, exhausted after traveling and a long couple days competing and school the next day, they wouldn't have to spend another hours or so trying to get their cars out. In what sounds like not-snow-appropriate attire, since he wore garbage bags over his shoes and pants.
I just think it's a really classy move by a guy that obviously cares for his athletes, despite the less high-profile status of his sport and especially his job.
So the non-existant Classiness Award of the Day goes to Chris Witten.
And, as long as I'm here, a big shout out to all the Michigan assistants, especially in the non-revenue sports, who work tirelessly at their jobs and towards excellence, probably without all that much in compensation or recognition, but with a lot of passion for what they do and compassion for those they mentor. Michigan's Greatness is based a lot on how these people and others we rarely/never think about, athletically and academically, do their jobs and while I might never think of most/any of them again, tonight, they all get a hearty "Thank you and Go Blue!".