Here's a mildly amusing link.
Pat Caputo is a guy whom I consider to be mostly mild-mannered, and reasonable, and yet on radio he is often forced into the role of being a screaming lunatic, like most of his sportstalk radio colleagues and competitors.
This link is to one of his recent columns on the aftermath of the Michigan Response and Ceremonial Wrist Slap. The column is sort of meh. Caputo is no Michigan apologist (he knows as well as anybody that "Michigan controversy" = "good business" for newspaper sports sections and sportstalk radio). Nor is Caputo much of a fire-breathing Michigan hater. What he is, I think, is a good barometer of the lazy middle; and I think he's actually a good barometer of mainstream sports opinionating in the Metro Detroit area.
I'll leave it to you to judge the column. But have a look at the Comments following the column. And the Editorial correction that precedes the column. The first sentence of the sixth paragrapch had originally been written by Caputo as, ""They didn’t pay players, like the Wolverines’ basketball program did during the Ed Martin scandal."