Updated: 2014-09-30 15:29:59
PATRICK FINLEY: Coach Marc Trestman on Monday defended his team’s decision not to blitz Aaron Rodgers often, even if, after a historically dominant performance, it’s hard to imagine the Bears’ defense could’ve done any worse.
STEVE GREENBERG: Please excuse me as I try like hell to stop just short of calling Michigan coach Brady Hoke and athletic director Dave Brandon liars.
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