January 11th, 2019 at 6:26 PM ^

Interesting timing.  Khalid Hill (I believe) retweeted a tweet of him being a douche a few days ago. Can't find that tweet anymore and Yoder made his private afterwards. 


January 11th, 2019 at 9:58 PM ^

The other day he saw Kalil Branham tweet #gobucks congratulating Washington for taking the job there, then he posts something like "Looks like Branham has decommitted", Branham tells him straight up that he's wrong, then Yoder says something like "Well someone on mgoblog said you decommitted and i took their word for it, fake news!" 

So you basically just admitted you actually know nothing you fucking idiot?


January 11th, 2019 at 6:29 PM ^

I wonder if he'll open up shop on Monday with another team as the self-appointed "king" of their coverage. 

No, I don't really wonder that. As they say, good riddance to bad rubbish.


January 11th, 2019 at 9:53 PM ^

Seriously, did he attack Ace for that? If so, it's unconscionable. As someone whose life has been adversely affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I know how cruel and devastating it is for others to suggest that the disease is "all in your head" or that you're just lazy. He ought to be sued for libel.


January 11th, 2019 at 6:32 PM ^

Can someone help me out?  Is this in reference to something those guys did recently or is it just retaliation for years and years of crap non-journalism posing as real journalism?

Also, who is Ace Williams?  I didn't see him mentioned in the letter.  Do they work together?  It seems I'm pretty uninformed about this guy.


January 11th, 2019 at 6:36 PM ^

"Ace Williams" is the pseudonym of what used to be the Michigan reporter for Chatsports. He was a fraud. After a couple of years of "no chatsports," Brian put him to the sword here.

"Ace Williams" continued to be a thing for a couple of more years, but continued to be a joke, and eventually had a meltdown. At one point he started teasing huge Michigan news on twitter, built it up... and then basically ragequit the site because he had nothing to report. It was a lie.

This is a terrific article that adds a lot of color to just what a joke Yoder is.

The confluence of "Ace Williams" and Yoder suggests that Williams was just a pseudonym of Yoder, but the timeline of the evidence Brian uncovered makes that connection weird.