You just never know.
Our old friend at the Free Press, Mark Snyder, writes about Troy Woolfolk's apearance at the Big Ten Media Days and comes away with... a brief, fair writeup of the day's story.
Will wonders never cease.
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Basically, to save the curious from a dangerous click on Freep.com, Snyder reports the story as one in which Woolfolk noticed that the coaching staff has been so emphatic with players, telling them that they must understand the voluntary practices really are voluntary (which means, like, you don't have to show up if you don't want to), that it has perhaps undermined the old attitude that players had a team expectation that they be there, ready to go for every 'voluntary' practice.
There was of course the hint of self-serving self-congratulating confidence about the NCAA investigation, but none of the muckraking kind of leering that one might have expected given Woolfolk's first, and then soon withdrawn, remarks.
I dunno, maybe Troy-son-of-Butch Woolfolk gets a minor pass from the Adorers and Chroniclers of Michigan Football History at the Freep. But I'll be darned if I can find one single bit of unfairness in Mark Snyder's take on Wolf-gate. It's actually one of the fairest and most sensible takes on the whole situation, having taken a deep breath after Day One of the crisis.