I’m in between classes, and it’s midterm season for me, so I’m not going to have much of substance on Michigan’s press conference on the NCAA investigation. From what I can tell, the allegations are rather minor (practice time violations were way overblown), but that isn’t to say Michigan is entirely in the clear: there are violations, and Michigan will go before the NCAA in August. For more coverage, I’d recommend checking out these sources:
- MGoBlog’s live blog of the proceedings covers pretty much everything, and includes the Twitter coverage from Tim, who was at the press conference.
- The Michigan Daily already has a recap of the press conference and an article outlining the violations up on their front page.
- The Daily’s Nicole Auerbach tweeted a link to the official NCAA reports, posted on the UMich website.
Honestly, if there was ever a day where I’d advocate signing up for a Twitter account, it’s today: the ability to get up-to-the-second updates on that medium has really changed how news is relayed. That’s all from me for now — I’ll have more when I’m out of class and I can dig into some analysis of today’s presser and its ramifications.