Responsible gaming advocate Amani Toomer is another frustrated Michigan fan Matt Schoch, PlayMichigan · August 6, 2020 at 2:45 am Some of the fondest memories for Amani Toomer from his time at the University of Michigan involved beating the Buckeyes. That’s not happening nowadays in Ann Arbor, and there’s not much he can do about Ohio State dominating his Wolverines year after year. But in his post-playing days, Toomer is preaching about one of his first memories from college. It’s a subject that was drilled into him, a danger that lurked around high-level athletes: Gambling. A 13-year NFL wide receiver with the New York Giants, Toomer spoke to PlayMichigan on a phone conversation from Denmark about his role as a spokesman for the GVC Foundation to help root out problem gambling. But what stood out the most was Toomer’s criticism of coach Jim Harbaugh and the current state of the Michigan football program, particularly on that ever-important annual Saturday in late November.