For a brief moment in the early 1990s, Michigan's Fab Five, a quintet of ridiculously talented freshmen who arrived in Ann Arbor simultaneously, owned college basketball ... or, at least, thought they did. An entire generation of college basketball fans can reel off every one of their names: Jalen Rose. Chris Webber. Juwan Howard. Ray Jackson. Jimmy King. Although they didn't win a national title, they captivated the entire sports world in a way that few college basketball teams had before, and none have since. Their attitude, skill, fashion sense, swift ascent and sudden decline changed the face of the college game in both positive and negative directions. And 20 years later, they're still a topic of conversation.
Four of the Fab Five plan to attend Monday night's championship game, where the 2013-model Wolverines will face Louisville. The lone holdout? Webber, the team's centerpiece and, in many ways, the reason for the Five's disintegration. Easily the best player of the five,Read More »from Will Michigan’s Fab Five reunite in Atlanta to cheer on the 2013 Wolverines?