So while giving a linkback to mgoblog, the 'quad' is filled with factual errors; taking away any credibility.
" The Big Ten, and Michigan in particular, has been – and with the exception of Michigan and, to a lesser degree, Illinois, still is – a smash-mouth, power running conference,"
I could understand forgetting about one team, but Purdue, Northwestern, Indiana,Illinois, Penn State under Robinson, osu under smith, and msu under stanton all ran version of the spread. that's over half the conference.
"As he did with W.V.U., Rodriguez inherits a program with mismatched personnel for his spread offense. His first season in Morgantown saw West Virginia finish 3-8; Michigan fans across the nation are hoping for a smoother learning curve for their Wolverines. "
Nevermind that the team RR inherited at WVU were a bunch of crappy athletes as well as being mismatched, while michigan has much better athletes and many of whom fit in quite nicely with the spread.
"Rodriguez may have erred in putting all his eggs in the Pryor basket: Michigan did not land one quarterback recruit in the 2008 class. "
Justin Feagin would like to have a word with you mr. fuckdumbass sportswriter.