I've had the opportunity now to read the reports submitted by the University of Michigan and Richard Jonathan Rodriguez to the NCAA in response to its Notice of Allegations. Ignoring the numerous typos made by the lawyers in Rodriguez's response, I noticed that their submissions were incomplete. This is inexcusable. Wait - I'm a Michigan fan. This is unacceptable. (-1 for incompleteness).
Nowhere is the Ypsilluminati, which we know is headed up by a former coordinator at Michigan, mentioned in the submissions. Of course, we all know here they have numerous moles in the Michigan Athletic Department who were actively plotting to get Rich Rod fired because they were emotionally scarred by the fact that Les Miles or Kirk Ferentz didn't ascend to Michigan corch, i.e., "Old Michigan," Anti-RR folks. (cite: http://genuinelysarcastic.blogspot.com/2010/05/rear-view-mirror.html, third paragraph, as well as at least 250 BS-Bloggies in the past year alluding to same). Also, those elements were responsible for leaking information to the Detroit Free Press (OMG I MENTIONED THE NAME OF A NEWSPAPER) that ended up forming the basis for gosh darned actual NCAA violations which Michigan admitted to. Without this additional information, the NCAA will not have a complete understanding of how these violations came to pass.
I look forward to Michigan supplementing their response to the NCAA.