So, I was listening to the radio on my way home from work and the big dicussion was how horrible the WVU allegations are for Rich Rodriguez. The argument that was being made ws that with the allegations here at Michigan everyone fell on one side of the fence or the other. Either you felt it was an honest mistake, or you thought he was dirty, dirty, dirty. However, now that this happened at WVU, they didn't understand how you could believe it was an honest mistake.
I don't see how this woudl change anyone's opinion one way or the other. If he's dirty, he's probably going to be dirty everywhere he goes (for the record, I don't believe he's a blatent cheater). However, if it's an honest mistake, wouldn't he keep to the same practice schedule he used at WVU? Why would it be different? Hell, I'd be more upset if the practice issues only started once he got to Michigan. That seems worse to me. So, if I'm missing how the WVU cement his reputation as a dirty guy, please let me know.
Stuff like this is just getting so incredbly old. It's just another reason to hear people bitch about the guy, and I can't stand it. Thank God the season is less than a month away.