NCAA'S HUDSON RULING REINFORCES EMPTY STOREFRONT ROLE - Sports by Brooks
Late yesterday, TOLEDO BLADE columnist David Briggs wrote the following. Same as the guy who tells his boss he is not as dumb as he looks, or says a more successful rival football coach was a phenomenal winner but a magnet for controversy, Jim Harbaugh is a master of the backhanded observation. For instance, the Michigan coach suggested at Big Ten media days that athletes should be able to transfer without restrictions because maybe then they would stop lying about being depressed. It was a clear and reckless shot at Toledo native James Hudson — the former Wolverines lineman who transferred to Cincinnati late last season — and a curious bit of hypocrisy, leaving us with the same response as Hudson himself. ...
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