I'm relatively new to the site and this is my first post, so here's hoping I don't royally screw it up. Looking back on Mike Hart's infamous "little brother," claims, our recent struggles on the football field, and this season on the hard court, what does "little brother," mean to you? Is it a mindset? Is it the results of the game? Is it how you carry yourself after the game? For me, it is a mindset. Mark Dantonio's response to Hart's words. Playing the victim. Going to extremes to find bulletin board material. Finding ways to feel slighted by opponents. To more recent events such as the entire Spartan basketball team gathering at half court to yell at 3 Michigan players during warm-ups. The post game chants of "Just like football," after beating a severely depleted Michigan team. The pettiness, the inferiority complex, the child-like temper tantrums when Michigan doesn't pay them attention.... To me, THAT is what "little brother" is. I'm curious what the rest of you think.