I LOL hard when people like Section 1, who basically live in a fantasy world of their own, pretend Rich Rod was beloved by everyone but the Freep. The friggin team did not like him. There's not much else to say.
Find a quote. Show the Board where I was trying to "pretend [that] Rich Rod was beloved by everyone but the Freep." Get to work, asshole. Because I'll be waiting for the proof.
If you want a great big over-generalization of what I've written on this Board, it was mostly the same things that were later shown to have been true in Three and Out. And it still isn't even all that clear; but there were many people who seemed to be less than supportive of Rodriguez.
The funny and really stupid thing about what you wrote is that far from being in any "fantasy world," I have done a lot less guessing about "factions" than some others, because the facts and the records haven't been so clear. But because the Free Press put its story into print, and then the NCAA and Michigan put their findings on the record, the story of the Free Press' wrongdoing has been really clear.
Isn't it just hilarious? The original Freep publisher's response dismissed all criticism of the Rosenberg-Snyder reporting as having come essentially from Michigan fanboys. So who are the fanboys now?