Anyone associated with Crisler Arena, or the Michigan athletic department in general, has run into Juan Mathews at some point. Everything from men’s basketball to women’s gymnastics to K-Grams events, Mathews has been in there – making sure that you can enjoy whatever event you are attending in clean surroundings.
Now, he is turning his Kaivac and BetCo cleaning supplies toward the mess that the Ann Arbor celebrities have left: their 48-60 combined record.
Mathews is showing his confidence in Wisconsin – as he should considering Purdue is based around a 4-3 defense and not a choke-an-opposing-quarterback defense.
Mathews also has the winning touch of Tommy Amaker (whose office, Mathews cleans) on his side, which is more than what the football writers can say.