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Topic - Chris Webber
The Fab Five came onto the national basketball landscape like a thunder dunk. You had to notice the five baggy-shorts-wearing freshmen starters from Michigan who made their way to the national championship game.
Welcome back to a revenge-themed edition of BracketRacket, the one-stop shopping place for all your offbeat NCAA tournament needs. In today's edition, we attend a reunion, watch now-you-see-him, now-you-don't Michigan star Chris Webber wolf down lunch, celebrate Miller Time -sort of - and follow Dickie V. as he takes the bull by the horns.
Maurice Taylor and Louis Bullock are eager to reconnect with Michigan.
Things always seem to happen to D.C. athletes as soon as they're handed headline-grabbing megadeals. They get hurt … or their performance declines … or they commit an off-field/court/ice indiscretion. Or some combination of the three.
The two-year Fab Five era that featured teen-age swagger, promise, failure and eventually the taint of scandal at Michigan has been chronicled in a two-hour documentary to be aired on ESPN.
Webber acknowledged in the plea that in 1994 he gave Martin about $38,000 in cash as partial repayment for expenditures Martin made on his behalf.
In his plea, Webber admitted lying to the grand jury in 2000, saying he did not recall giving money to Martin.