The nose tackle and receiver made a mockery last week out of coach Mark Dantonio's standards of discipline and should face strict punishment. [ . . . ]
Based on what we all know in reports, it appears Wilson, a junior from New Jersey, and White, a redshirt freshman from Livonia, did their best to keep their involvement in the alleged altercation a secret. Both these players had plenty of time to fess up to the coaching staff and teammates who were preparing for the Alamo Bowl for more than a month.
Now that it's out in the open, this coach has every right to strike the hammer down hard on both players.
— Two MSU football players deserve stricter punishment | detnews.com | The Detroit News
Eric Lacy doesn't mince words, and I agree with him. If the truth is as it appears, Oren Wilson essentially hid his involvement in the fight/altercation/whatever it was and played in the Alamo Bowl while so many of his teammates were suspended. Also, what does this say about the other suspended players? Unless they somehow weren't aware that Wilson and White were there (completely improbable), many of them didn't exactly tell Dantonio the whole truth when coming clean. Just when you think the situation can't get any worse ... ugh.