Well, we were waiting for him to write a long article about Michigan State. It, too, is full of one-sentence paragraphs, fatuous statements, and ANGAR. He's obliged us.
You can't embark on a new chapter until the prior chapter is finally and firmly closed. Until the last player charged faces accountability and the last player sentenced learns of his future football fate in East Lansing. Until then, the tale isn't fully told of the 15 MSU football players present at the Nov. 22 incident at Rather Hall, 11 of whom pleaded guilty to at least one misdemeanor assault count. [...]
Only the future actions of his players can fully erase the stain, but that remains an enduring test of the decision processes of a team of typically impulsive 18 to 23-year-olds. There's a broken public trust that isn't instantly repaired simply because the coach desires moving forward.
I suppose he's only happy when it rains. Or when there's somebody who could use a good castigatin'.