Beilein doesn't have a scholarship for him and he gets to dictate where he plays next?
For God's sake.
They thought his basketball career was over, were they supposed to sit on that scholarship just in case? This isn't your typical overbearing, bitter coach situation.
I'd feel a little differently if Beilein had yanked his scholarship away in some care-frontation type of situation, but at what point does Spike show some respect or loyalty to the school and coaches and teammates that he's leaving behind in somewhat of a unique situation?
Would he not be able to stick around as a walk-on at Michigan? Is he actually being told he has to leave or just that there's no schollie?
I don't think he's questioning Beilein or Michigan. I think he's questioning the rule that would allow a coach to still dictate where a player can or cannot go in a situation like this.