I looked and didn't see this article posted anywhere:
It gives a good breakdown and the person is a complete third party with no interest other than the case. He thinks Michigan knew what was in the report before they received it, which led to the fast turn around from receiving it to the press conference.
"Brandon’s performance, by the way, is terrific. He carefully presents the allegations and Michigan’s response to them so far, and does well despite an admitted lack of familiarity with the process."
"Many of Michigan’s violations involve slippery territory. Hire enough noncoaching staff members, give them enough coaching-like responsibilities, and leave them with student-athletes and these violations are bound to happen. It might sound incredulous that the coaches didn’t consider stretching and warm-up to be CARA, but other preventive measures like training room activities are not included."
Edit: Just found this funny: I noticed a comment left on an article yesterday from a user named "Brian @ MGoBlog" asking for an interview.
"Brian @ MGoBlog, FEBRUARY 23, 2010 at 3:34 PM
I run a sizeable Michigan blog and would like to interview you about the implications of the NCAA’s recent Notice of Allegations. If you could email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I’d appreciate it."