About Those Extra Practices in Ann Arbor

Posted by Jonathan Hodges on September-2-2009 Add Comments

In case you've been under a rock this past weekend, Michigan has been accused of potential NCAA rules violations regarding conducting practice beyond the allowed time limit, according to the Detroit Free Press

Multiple anonymous current and former players corroborated the story that under second year head coach Rich Rodriguez, the Wolverines have basically required football-related activities beyond the daily and weekly maximum allotments, along with sending coaching personnel (quality control and graduate assistants) to "voluntary" seven-on-seven scrimmages over the summer. 

Note that the Wolverines are known for traditionall...

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