Michigan’s Dickinson Stays Away from Hitler and Izzo’s Comments

Ann Arbor, Michigan (AP) — Michigan Center’s Hunter Dickinson is part of the decision to remove a published Barstool Sports podcast in which one of his co-hosts compared Michigan State University basketball coach Tom Izzo to Adolf Hitler. said it was.

“We talked about it, we got together and said, that’s what we can’t say‘” Dickinson later told the Associated Press. Wolverines beat Penn State 79-69 Wednesday night. “We fully understand that. I have nothing to do with that comment.

“I have a lot of respect for Tom Izzo.”

Playing Michigan (9-5, 3-0 Big Ten) Spartans (10-4, 2-1) Saturday on the road.

Dickinson is a regular on the podcast, but said he can’t remember if he was on the podcast when the comment was made.

“Many episodes come together for me, so I can’t clearly remember if I was there or not.

Hitler and his accomplices systematically murdered 6 million Jews in Europe. Izo is basketball hall of fame coach 1 National Championship and 8 Final Four appearances.

“There are no more Hitler comments, especially about Tom Izzo,” Dickinson said.

Rapper Ye, formerly Kanye West, praised Hitler in an interview and made a series of anti-Semitic comments. His remarks caused his talent agency to resign and companies like Adidas to cut ties with him. Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving posts link to anti-Semitic film After that, he was suspended for 8 games. Nike suspended their relationship with him.


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