With the reports yesterday that Jason Forcier has a locker, and pending red-tape, will be on the team; and knowing that Kelvin Grady is suiting up this year... when is the media going to write an article about ACTUAL family values within the Michigan football program.
How quick they jump on disgrunted quiters who scoff at the coach/team about no family values... relying on just a parting sentence of a former Wolverine as the door hits them in the ass; however, when there is ACTUAL evidence to the contrary staring them in the face... silence.
Kelvin's brother has had some intense issues the past 1.25 years, and is still on the team. Kelvin must know exactly what RR's program is like... yet, still, he chose to join (as a walk-on none-the-less) and endure the same horrible lack-of-values program his brother has lived for the past year.
And as for Jason... a Carr recruit who chose to come back to UM to play for RR for a year. Obviously, his knowledge of RR's program is limited to Tate's experience since only January, but still, his decision to play 4th string QB for one-and-done says a lot.
Wouldn't you think the media, local and national, would be all over this "feelgood" story any other year (or is it maybe with any other coach)?