Hello Michigan faithful.
I just finished watching 'The Fab Five' on ESPN, like many of you probably did.
I'm making this post because I want y'all's take on it. I'm not a true Michigan fan, and some of you may have been teens or adults back in the early 90s.
This hopefully isn't something that you guys would rather just forget, because of all the violations.
Now, here are my questions:
1. What do you guys think of the Final Four banners being taken down? Do you agree or disagree with the act? Explain.
I think it was a ridiculous move. All of the money from the booster Ed Martin came after the players joined Michigan, not during the recruiting process.
2. Do you guys look down at what happened? You guys were obviously one of the greatest colege teams of all time, but to some of you, the violations may be an embarrassment. That's why I'm asking.
3. Do you guys look down on Chris Webber now? Maybe you hadn't of known of the mistakes he made until this film was made, like me. I look down on him now. I used to think he was the man. But to this day, he hasn't admitted that what he did with Ed Martin was a mistake, and I think that's a very selfish and immature move. He's still one of my favorite players of all time, but my view of him has changed. However, I'm sure you guys still love him.
If you have read this far, I appreciate it. This is a topic that I'm very interested in. I'm very interested in what true Michigan fans like yourselves make of it.
If you could, reply to the questions in the comments. I'd love to have y'all's take on this.