In 1943, psychologist Abraham Maslow theorized that all human needs aren't created equal; in fact, their interdependence can be best visualized by categorizing and arranging them on a triangle-shaped chart. At the bottom of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs are basic survival staples—food, water, shelter—and at the top, the…
Sure, Michigan's program is currently a sad, directionless shell of itself, and it really wants a Michigan Man to lead the way, but have some damn self-respect.
Here's a story about a Browns rookie, a reader's lovely wife, and the thirst. Use this as a teaching moment.
Chicago is coming on strong with a Knicksian thirst.