As a Michigan fan living in Columbus all the deuchebag news stations here in the city are talking about the investigation on all three networks. It pissed me off to a great extent and it’s still stinging knowing that this shit is going on with our program but regardless to these allegations we all have to remember there is still a mission in the works and that’s to have a winning season in 2010. It seems to me with all of this panicking going around that nobody is remembering that we haven't even started play yet! THE END OF MICHIGAN, THE END OF A PROGRAM, THE FALL OF THE WOLVERINE EMPIRE, seriously just shut the fuck up about this shit. It’s not the end of Michigan, or the program or the team hell it’s not the end of Rodriguez's coaching career. It hurts though I will agree with that but it’s the end? Hell no it isn’t, not even close. 2010 Is a year for our team's potential to shine on the field and turn this ship around and get it sailing back in the right direction and I have a good feeling that it will be here soon. This investigation is not going to distract our team from practicing and training for this coming season.
They all know they have a job to do come fall and they are going to work their asses off because that’s what this program has been about since its entry into college football. This school has prided itself in the fields of both academics and athletics and its long rich and winning history will always stand and no matter what outcome may come forth, Michigan will always stay the champions of the west. So let’s all just ignore this NCAA bull shit and get ready for this season because in the end these infractions (if you can even call them that) or allegations will disappear with each win we put on the board every Saturday. We can still be ranked in the top 25, compete for a Big Ten title and make a bowl because these accusations do not take away the skill and determination of this team and I can guarantee you come the first Saturday game of the season in the Big House all of this will just be dust in the wind in the shadows of 110,000 screaming fans who will be coming to see one thing and one thing only, Michigan football.