I was reminded of another very special word when I was driving into Ann Arbor this morning, and that word is homecoming. Our family's had three homecomings to Ann Arbor, Michigan, in my lifetime.
Fans have a constitutional right to expect success and have high expectations.
People often think that there's a general who makes all the difference, but I would reject that. It's a team effort. It's the power of the wedge.
People talk about cold weather and it'd be tough to catch balls. But the greatest catcher of all time, Michael Crabtree, catches everything. It's unbelievable. In the northern snowlands, down to the tropics' sunny scenes, he's catching the football. Where they throw a football, he'll be catching it.
There are no turnarounds at Michigan. This is greatness. Long tradition of it.
Winning as a team is better than anything. It's great to share success.
It's more than personal. I can't screw it up. I have to do.
I have always believed that you win as part of a team effort. I've learned that if everybody does a little bit, it adds up to a lot.
I love being part of something that is working toward a greater goal, and there's no more satisfaction in life than achieving those goals as a team and being a part of that team.
Realistic expectations for life are that we are going to be better today than we were yesterday, be better tomorrow than we were today. That's a plan for success. So [the key is] simple: just work.
Last Update: 21 June 2021
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