"Dantonio closed his news conference by comparing the situation to a hurricane: “I would describe this, as I said to our football team last week, it’s like a hurricane. A hurricane blew in, and Thanksgiving there was a little bit of an eye of the storm, and I told them, they’d better brace up, because the end of the storm’s pushing through this week and that’s exactly where we’re at with this thing. And hopefully, the sun’s going to come out here soon, and we’ll be able to resolve this and we’ll be able to move forward.”"
From the paper that won't go named, but there's nothing more than this you need to look up, but for propriety's sake:
annarbor.com has a much more balanced look at the "story":
Rodriguez is catching flack (here, here and elsewhere) for referencing Hurricane Katrina in his speech at Thursday’s banquet when talking about the adversity his team faced this year. But Rodriguz's comments were actually playing off a speech given earlier in the night by regent Katherine White.
Followed with a statement from White.
Oh, the horrors!