The Fab Five changed college basketball forever when they made their two-year run with Michigan. They were led by Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, and Juwan Howard. In 1992, they became the first team to reach the NCAA Championship game wth a freshman starting five. They lost to Duke by 20, but proved they weren't a fluke when they reached the final game the very next season.  In the 1993 Championship against North Carolina, Webber rebounds a miss with 11 seconds left, down two points and calls a timeout. However, Michigan was out of timeouts and the Wolverines were charged a technical foul plus loss of possesion. The play ended the Fab Five's run and tortured Chris for years to come.

What could've been: This stigma that stuck with him wouldn't had been there. There's no guarantee that Michigan would've won, but at least they would've had the chance. Maybe C-Webb would've stayed one more year in order to that National title instead of bolting for the NBA without looking back.