In announcing that he was going over to the dark side,
Of course, Boren has already contributed to that his first two years at Michigan helping Michigan lose both those contests to the Bucks.
College football historians claim the move is unprecedented, saying this is the first time since World War II that they can recall a high-profile player
The move is even more amazing considering Boren's father Mike played for legendary Michigan coach Bo Schembechler. Visitors to Schembechler's gravesite noted a small shift in the earth when the transfer announcement was made.
Under Big Ten rules,
Not surprisingly, the most excited person about the transfer outside the state of Ohio was Detroit Free Press writer Drew Sharp. Sources tell the MZone he wept, wet himself then ran fully erect to his computer in order to hurriedly write his 1,684th column trashing the University of Michigan, former coach Lloyd Carr, the city of Ann Arbor and anything blue.