From the Detroit News:
The battling is here to stay, on the field and off. Meyer brings an SEC raid-everyone's-commit-cupboards mentality. Hoke brings an old-school devotion to trench warfare. And Dantonio remains an unflinching fighter. He was especially irritated by the Buckeyes' poaching of one-time top Spartan commit Se'Von Pittman, something his mentor, Jim Tressel, wouldn't have done.
"They've got a new coach, and it's different," Dantonio said. "I would say it's pretty unethical, in the end."
Bob Wojnowski is known locally as a pretty level-headed and low-keyed columnist in an industry that incresingly looks for shock value and the lowest common denominator. Geography, I suppose, is the reason why he would mention Michigan, Ohio State and MSU in the same breath, because otherwise "MSU recruiting" would more often be considered alongside "Wisconsin recruiting" or "Iowa recruiting" in terms of both regional and national prominence.
Anyway, I expect that we have reached the end of the Tressel/Buckeye-Dantonio/Spartan mutual admiration society.