I don’t actually care so much. I just stopped over at the SCum website and noticed that they are having their obligatory orgasm over Tom Brady success. I just wonder why a quarterback who averaged 1 interception for every 2 touchdown passes at Michigan is seen as a Michigan legend when he wasn’t successful until AFTER he left. Just like Harbaugh going to NFC Championship games means he is still a great coach at Michigan. Am I alone in seeing that these two HIGHLY celebrated outcomes by alumni that left UM are direct indictments of how talent is wasted there and the “success ceiling” is capped at just above mediocre and right below championship season? Pretty pathetic how far reaching that fan base goes to have some semblance of success for the program.