Choices Yes, it's time to move on and they'll suffer enough for their mistakes No, I'm still angry and don't think some of the statements were sincere Vote Comments Show All Comments Leanenaud 29 Dec 2010, 2:23 pm I don't think we can judge whether they were sincere. They apologized and that's good enough for me. Irricoir 29 Dec 2010, 7:04 pm Yes, we move on though I question sincerity of some of the statements from some of the players. Due to lack of previous problems with these guys I am willing to let it rest an take it for what is stated. I was on the Don't play them boat, but if this stuff happened in 2008 and they are going to be given the shaft next year but allowed to play in a bowl game to make sponsors more money this year, play them. I don't want to see them punished anymore than they are already going to receive. Scorn around campus, public humiliation and a good amount of money lost in their careers at the pro level. Add 5 games suspension for selling their own property? Nah, play them if the NCAA wants to make them eligible. I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine. buckeyedude 29 Dec 2010, 10:30 pm I don't know how one can judge whether these kids were sincere or not. They looked remorseful to me. The only way we'll know for sure is if they come back next year or not. I think most people are just pissed because they sold stuff that should be priceless. But it was their property. Cam didn't miss one game because of his old man, and the NCAA says it's ok to play, so play them. I can't stand all of these self-righteous, pompous SOBs. Win the game vs. Arky and then worry about next year, next year. F@#k Mark May.