|03/15/2018 - 11:22pm||Verification||
|10/09/2014 - 6:32pm||Not every Michigan individual has integrity||
Schembechler opposed Title IX compliance along with Canham and whoever the basketball coach was at the time. That doesn't speak of high integrity to me, that speaks of selfishness and bigotry. He might have been a good coach, but don't act like Schembechler was a saint, because he clearly was not.
|03/05/2014 - 8:48pm||And Stu.||
Zak and Stu, to me, were the turning point in terms of player leadership and being the first scheme players to play. Those two...man, we would not be where we are today without them.
However, I also believe David Merritt and C.J. Lee were instrumental in making the NCAA Tournament that first year we made it - they really were steadying hands on a fairly young team, and I think were the first to buy into Beilein's system and really let it grow into its own.
|01/13/2014 - 10:25am||Seriously?||
No, it's called "Don't be a dick."
Come on, it's not that hard to be polite about someone's talents, especially when the majority of those posting on this board haven't had the experience of going against other extremely talented atheletes and getting burned once in a while. Trent was not an awful player, he was decent, but everyone on here continually berates his abilities to no end, and for no reason.
He played at Michigan; the best thing Michigan fans can do is have a modicum of support for a Michigan player, rather than continually belittling the immense effort any player puts forth for the team the fans supposedly support.
|09/15/2013 - 2:49pm||Plenty of Time||
Wisconsin had 15 seconds to spike the ball, that is plenty of time. In a game where the referees don't let ASU players lay on the ball for ten seconds and then make Wiscy players wait that play call is fine.