That article by Supertrackfan is well written and next to useless. Anyone with access to the internet could have written it and his status as a local guy added nothing new, other than some BS about how he figures Hadsell saw him.
Especially funny, is that he says "I should also note that on January 28, Hadsell contacted me to say that he would be releasing a statement telling his side of the story. He reiterated that on February 14, but as yet there has been nothing" and meanwhile people not from Toledo were already talking here about this TV interview even as he posted that.
I was already tired of having read 167 pages of re-hashed material when I saw this, "Both stories, however, refer to an anonymous tip to the athletic department, one made on September 21, 2012. It was not made by the main accuser in the articles and that accuser did not know who the tipster was. Two uncoordinated individuals acting on their own and making the same accusation is fairly damning." How does Tracksuperfan know that Emma Curtesz herself was not the tipster? Because she said so. And why does he believe her? Just because.
The lawyer he spoke with said, well this is what could happen assuming everything Deadspin wrote is true. Good luck with that one, holy crap.