Fan brings timeout counter, just for Michigan

Here's a sign that might be pretty useful for Michigan, even if it's supposed to remind the team of that crucial mental lapse at the end of the 1993 championship game.

Michigan is back in the Final Four for the first time in two decades, and one fan has used the occasion as an opportunity to re-open some old wounds.

Back in 1993, Michigan trailed by two in the championship game to North Carolina with 11 seconds left when then-Wolverine Chris Webber tried to call a timeout. But of course, Michigan had no timeouts remaining and was assessed a technical foul.

Here's a polite reminder of that moment, courtesy of Michigan sports anchor Tara Hernandez:

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If you can't tell, that blue section to the right flips to indicate how many timeouts the Wolverines have left. Could be useful.

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