DETROIT — Greg Windham sat with eyes fixed ahead.
There was so much he could’ve said. Instead, he quietly took responsibility for a loss that was far from his fault.
Put into a freefalling situation — a 9-0 deficit — Windham reached for a conference title and was left crouched over, heartbroken and defeated.
In a 29-23 loss to No. 17 Western Michigan on Friday in the Marathon Mid-American Conference Game, it was Windham above every other Bobcat who looked the most defeated — a self-inflicted condition entirely undeserving.
If anything, perhaps it was Windham who had been the most unappreciated all along. (continue reading here)