The Fab Five and the Final Four: A Twenty-Year Timeout

Ten Years After was a British blues-rock band centered around guitarist Alvin Lee, who died last month.  Twenty years after his team played in the national championship, Chris Webber, the central figure of Michigan’s Fab Five, hasn’t returned from an infamous timeout that is an inescapable part of his legacy. Tonight, the Wolverines are back in the national championship for the first time in exactly twenty years, and while all five members of the Fab Five will be here in Atlanta tonight, as far as we know, only four of them will be inside the Georgia Dome to watch the game.

Last night, friend-of-the-site Jalen Rose laid out the situation and made a public appeal to C-Webb:

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One thought on “The Fab Five and the Final Four: A Twenty-Year Timeout

  1. Pingback: If he could do it again, Chris Webber would have gone to Michigan State? | ALDLAND

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