Rob Gray (The Man Bun) responds to Michigan fans

Submitted by BeatOSU52 on March 18th, 2018 at 5:02 PM

AKA "The Man Bun" responds to Michigan fans via twitter.

 

 

You Michigan fans are real savages with the trash talk, but I can take it just as well as I dish it out! Congrats on the crazy win and good luck in the sweet 16! #Madness #LongLiveTheManBun

— Rob Gray (@iRob_G) March 18, 2018

Comments

Blue_by_U

March 18th, 2018 at 6:07 PM ^

nobody would 'hate' on him if he was a scrub. Still no excuse to EVER feel a need to trash on a college kid personally, social media boggles the mind. And sadly as it focuses on a small few to represent MILLIONS of UM fans, it's sad how a couple trash talkers represent the rest of fans.  I give the kid credit, he played his ass off, UM shut him down most of the game, props for publicly manning up and spinning it back. Classy, much deserved after Wagner showed the same respect in the post game celebration. As hard as both teams fought, it sounds like they were bigger men than the social media trolls/scum.

Luckey1083

March 18th, 2018 at 5:06 PM ^

Am I the only one that wanted to punch his lil bro in the face everytime they showed him on TV???  Before the inbounds pass I told my buddy Mike "I want them to get a close up of that effing kid crying when Michigan hits the GW three"

LLG

March 18th, 2018 at 5:42 PM ^

It's not my opinion, but Mark Titus went off on how much he disliked the little brother on last night's podcast:  https://www.theringer.com/2018/3/18/17135384/michigans-dagger-villanova…

Start listening at the 11:10 mark.

He says America doesn't have to have the uncomfortable converstion about whether we hate Gray's little brother now that Houston lost.

He also made the point that this was really CBS's fault in showing him over and over (and over) again.

 

fenrir

March 18th, 2018 at 5:56 PM ^

Except for the word “hate”, his commentary was basically: forced narratives/crowd shots are annoying...

A far cry from advocating punching a small child who is having a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and did not ask to be on camera.