There is a decent article on the victory over ND in the Chicago Tribune. Especially amusing is the comments section. This certainly brings great schadenfreude to Michigan fans. Most of the comments are from ND fans. Almost all feel the following:
1) ND has more talent and is the better team.
2) Charlie must go . . . the sooner the better. The feeling of one commenter is that if they don't can him now he just might by some miracle salvage the season with the talent he has there, then it would be more difficult to fire him then. Cut your losses and pink slip the pinhead.
3) The loss is not because Michigan was better, nor because of the refs. The loss is because of the coaching by Weis. Particularly, his decision to pass twice at the end of the game, when ND should have been milking the clock.
It is irritating that they give so much credit to the ND team.
Also, the author seems like an ND homer. He makes the observation that for ND fans, this was much more painful than the 38-0 loss a couple years ago. The author closes the article by writing, the slipshod play, imploding coaching decisions and flaws laid bare -- all that raises doubts that were ignorable before. While this analysis isn't bad, it won't help Michigan if Charlie Tuna is canned.