This from the freep.com:
Millen, the former Detroit Lions president, said he’ll be back in the state of Michigan early this fall, calling college football games for ABC.
He’s expected to broadcast the Michigan-Notre Dame game Sept. 12 in Ann Arbor. He's getting back to work as a college game analyst for ESPN/ABC, studio analyst for NFL games on ESPN and the NFL Network.
Though he’s still figuring out the college game, he has extraordinary faith in Michigan and head coach Rich Rodriguez. “What he’s trying to do, that’s a tough thing because he’s trying to change a whole culture,” Millen said. “What he’s trying to implement and putting in there is going to take time, No. 1, and you have to get the right players for what he’s trying to do. It’s a big change from what Lloyd (Carr) was trying to do. Lloyd had a great program, had a great run, and they went this direction with Rich. Rich will take a little bit of time, but when it’s implemented fully, it can be very explosive.
“Once he gets everything in place, all the pieces, it’ll be Michigan football. I have no doubt Rich will get the job done.”
Awwwww for crissakes. Really? Really? As if we don't have enough black crepe hanging around here, we have to get Matt Millen and his 'expertise'.
Armageddon I say.