The Importance of the Handshake Line #Class #Respect

The Importance of the Handshake Line #Class #Respect

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About a year ago, Michigan played Wisconsin in a men’s basketball game. In the handshake line after the game, the Michigan coach and the Wisconsin coach got into a heated standoff, complete with verbal jarring and physical altercations. It made big headlines.

Later that week, Coach Tom Izzo, men’s head basketball coach was asked if we should discontinue the handshake line after games to minimize such shinanigans. This is what Coach Izzo said:

Your Turn:  Do you agree with Coach Izzo? Why or why not?

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  1. I do agree with him, kids nowadays get a lot more slack and are pampered a lot more. They try to make everything about them, it is their way or no way at all and it is annoying.

  2. I don’t like the handshake line because things like fights happen and it’s best just to go to the locker room and go home.

  3. I agree with the coach. They should handle this situation but not eliminate the hand shakes for people who don’t have a good sportsmanship.