"My junior year, during pre-game introductions, Cole Field House would roar with boos," he said. "But I had opinions and, when asked questions, I gave them. I didn't know how to be subtle. I said haircuts were unnatural and drugs should be legalized. In retrospect, I should have been more discreet, but I was fascinated with the sensationalism it caused. I mean, people picked up on it like I was the second coming of Timothy Leary."