In light of a lot of people freaking out about different aspects of the outbreak last night/today, I wanted to offer some quick optimism on the topic.
First, remember that only six to ten players were dissatisfied and reporting violations to the Free Press. For those of you who are afraid of a locker room division (I am one of these people), just remember that this is only 6-10 people, not half the team. I bet most of the team is just annoyed by this distraction and will probably move on after a few of them (likely seniors) issue statements about the legitimacy of the program (possibilities: Minor, Sheridan, Forcier, Mathews). I've seen the observation that those who were complaining are probably lower on the depth chart, and I can definitely see the logic in that. A future starter probably wouldn't have reason to complain.
It seems 95% certain that nothing will really come out of this, as petty accusations are launched against a carousel of schools every season, year, and decade, and are dismissed respectively without a second thought. Bill Martin has done the right thing in conducting self-investigation and will likely find that the complaining players mis-interpreted either the rules or the conditions in which they were practicing, and thus their argument is void. A few of these players might announce their leaving the program early in the season, thus easing any "team tension."
My expectations, at least, for Saturday, have not lowered.