Your two best coaches ever both turned out to be unceremoniously fired for doing despicable things meant to serve only themselves and their team, without any sense of good sportsmanship. Yet here you are diverting on other issues and defending your rancid athletic department.
I remember OJ Simpson doing some great things at USC. How would you and the rest of the nation feel if USC brougth him back and gave him standing ovations for his past contributions to USC?
That is a more extreme example of precisely how pathetic it was to watch you and yours honor a man who intentionally committed serious violations to give Ohio a sporting edge. It wasn't a "mistake" as Smith and Tressel and everyone claims it was. It was premeditated, and done intentionally. The man was dishonorable, lacked character, and ignored the fairness due all other coaches and teams he played against. None of that mattered to him. Yet there he was, being raised on shoulders for wild admiration. Disgusting. The picture perfect example as to what separates a MIchigan Man from that cesspool down South.
I assure you, if LLoyd Carr had cheated as Tressel did, there isn't even the chance he'd ever receive such a reception from UM fans, who would remain embarrassed of him forever, no matter what he ever did for us on the field.
Enjoy your 12-0 season having played no one, including a dysfunctional Michigan team bare of much talent across both sides of the ball, no offensive line and running backs. Good luck in your bowl game. Oops.