The talking10 Podcast is back and once again we came to live via Facebook. If you haven’t already checked out the LIVE podcast, make sure to follow us on Facebook.
Today’s show may have been one of the more bold ones in our history, as Publisher Andy Coppens took on David Mayo’s column for earlier in the week suggesting that the buck stops with Mark Hollis and Mark Dantonio for the things happening at Michigan State.
Here’s a novel concept — personal responsibility for individual actions.
Andy also takes on the topic spring games in the modern era of college football, what is taking Michigan so long to hire Mel Pearson and the Huskers announcing their starting quarterback.
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