It appears the relationship between the Michigan Wolverines and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Chris Webber isn't quite as repaired as first thought. 

Webber was famously accused of accepting money from former booster Ed Martin and ultimately pleaded guilty to a criminal contempt charge in 2003 and admitted to giving more than $38,000 to Martin as a repayment. In response, Michigan disassociated itself from Webber for 10 years and also stripped his collegiate stats from its record books. 

Webber, 48, claimed earlier this week that current Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel privately apologized to him for how the university treated the five-time NBA All-Star during and after the 2003 investigation.