Good article, but I'm posting it just so I can say ohmigod he's eating everything, oh the humanity. Next thing we know, he'll be eating pizzas.
I open the Detroit News and I immediately went to the Michigan v Western Michigan line to see predictions like David Duchovny just checking out the Bunny Ranch for a date. I then see Chengelis predicting WMU over Michigan. After cleaning the shart from my shorts and floor, I realized she picked almost every underdog, including a apocalyptical beating of Indiana State over PSU.
Possibly a joke? If so, then why Oklahoma, msu, and tsio? Does she actually believe the 35 point underdog Chattanooga stands a chance against Nebraska? Anyone want a crack at her reasoning? Is she BKFinest? THE_KNOWLEDGE? WTF kind of grabass is going on inside the Detroit News sports office?!
Although I'm sure Angelique really wants to move on, this article just seems picking at a scab that hasn't quite healed:
For those that don't wish to read the whole article, here's the conclusion:But nearly four months since Rodriguez was fired and Hoke hired, it seems time to move on. How many more times must the emotions of the last three seasons, both among the current players and the former players, be discussed and debated? Enough. Now, move on.
From The Detroit News: http://detnews.com/article/20110423/OPINION03/104230386/To-current--ex-Wolverines--Get-over-hurt-feelings-from-Rodriguez-era#ixzz1KPQfz5yc
Interesting take from yet another talking head, this time Herbie.
At least he doesn't claim some BS like Mandel did today. The "vibe" issue is probably more accurate anyway.
Also implies wing removal was a great idea.
So Angelique writes pretty much of a non-story in the News today, but weighs in with her opinion, and those of un-named ex-players that she has spoken to, that winning against Sparty next year is the one must win (out of the important rivalries). A loss against OSU is sad but somewhat expected lately, and the heat is off ND given the win last year.
Nothing mind blowing here, just an article she posted on Spring Practice today that makes me wonder about her knowledge level a bit:
I don't always agree with her, but she generally seems somewhat level-headed and not entirely anti-RR. Her knowledge level seems suspect after reading this article, either that, or it is significantly above my own. A couple of points she makes:
-Kelvin Grady to compete for RB, fail? Or seer? I think fail.
-Our OL depth seems considerably better than the way she describes it. She may be technically accurate, but barely.
Overall, this seems like a pretty shoddy article. Either she a) was on a bender last night and submitted this at 3 AM b)she doesn't know nearly enough about the team she is supposed to be covering c) I'm wrong to quite wrong.