From CBS Sportsline:
""After the loss Saturday to Ohio State, Rodriguez knew exactly where the blame should go.
At Lloyd Carr.
And at the media.
These weren't exactly subtle shots, either. When he was asked if any of Michigan's juniors had come to him seeking advice on whether they should turn pro, Rodriguez literally stifled a giggle before saying no -- as if the previous coaching staff had recruited anyone good enough to consider that. Rodriguez made mention several times of the Wolverines' small senior classes this year and next year and at his need to play true freshmen like quarterback Tate Forcier, who threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter Saturday.
"We have to identify our problems, and we have," Rodriguez said. "Some of them didn't occur overnight, and they won't be overcome overnight."
So what, Rodriguez was asked, have you learned in two years about what you'll need to ...
When our players in 2008 sucked. He didn't say that, but that's what he meant. Obviously. But the media didn't get it, so when reporters kept asking Rodriguez to explain how mighty Michigan could have fallen so far under his watch, Rodriguez all but pulled out a picture of Lloyd Carr.
"The last three Februaries, or four Februaries, have hurt us,"""