I didn’t know this was directed at me so I didn’t answer last night. I don’t WANT anyone to go, but I also realize we are currently one over the limit at 14 players for 13 spots. So someone will have to go for whatever reason, turning pro, transfer, prep year, whatever. These kinds of decisions can be incredibly difficult They can literally be heart wrenching. Obviously, if Wagner went pro no one would be forced to make a decision they don’t want to have to make. I’m sure there are others on here who, like me, really want Moe to stay for his senior year, however, if someone offers him a million dollars or more to come play for them, what I may want becomes a moot point. It would be hard to find fault with a kid who can suddenly become a millionaire playing the game he loves, even if we very much want him to stay. But let’s suppose he stays. Someone will have to leave or wait a year for a spot, and that’s where it gets heart wrenching. That’s where the discussions get really tough. To be honest, I don’t think Coach B or the players involved care at that point what I think, and I just don’t find it to be a productive use of MY time to speculate about specific players, players who go to practice everyday, bust their butt to help the team, are dedicated Michigan Wolverines, and who are now are faced with a very difficult circumstance that they really don’t want to have to be faced with. So, who do I want to go? No one. Sadly, the possibility exists that someone will HAVE to go. And that’s between Coach B and the player(s) and the player’s family.