This will be interesting to watch. I don't wish ill will on anyone. He was driving while high which is why he got pulled over however. He then attempted to hide the drugs resulting in a evidence tampering charge.
I think we know the results will be a far lesser penalty than McGary because it wasn't as a result of a NCAA test which makes no sense.
I read on MLive that Beilein was hopeful they would at a minimum reduce McGary's penalty and it sounded like he was somewhat surprised the appeal was denied.
This goes to show how common sense is not considered by the NCAA.