So I know there are a TON of threads on all of this. But considering that Michigan's biggest rival and one the most successful football programs of the past decade is on the precipice of some major trouble, what's the harm of one more?
My question is, what's next for OSU?
The sanctions currently on Tressel were issued by OSU alone, is that right?
So the NCAA investigation is still ongoing?
When its completed, is it likely that they will increase the punishment set down by OSU?
I remember when we were going through practicegate, Brian was in touch with someone at the Bylaw Blog (or something like that) who predicted what our penalties would be based on past precedent.
Does anyone know if that blog still exists?
I also remember that Michigan's self-imposed punishments were based on in-depth research of what was appropriate. That way, the NCAA only had to add very little.
I am wondering if the YAHOO article forced OSU to rush their report a little bit because their imposed violations seem way too soft.
The NCAA has to come down on them harder than this right? RIGHT?!
Man, I cannot believe how stupid Tressel was on this one. I was baffled after reading the OSU report and the emails in question. Unbelievable.
Also, I am assuming that this is the program that Cowherd was talking about a couple weeks ago. But the Oregon situation is intriguing as well. What a crazy off-season so far.
Nice that everything involved with Michigan has been all positive!