Cry Me a River: Rich Rodriguez Weeps, but Complaints Show Michigan’s in Disarray

Posted by Russell Wight on September-1-2009 Add Comments

According to the Detroit Free Press, the University of Michigan football team regularly violates NCAA rules that limit practice times. Coach Rich Rodriguez was distraught and even fought back tears yesterday when reporters asked him about the allegations.

Boo freakin' hoo.

Numerous players from the 2008 and 2009 teams spoke of violations such as coaches monitoring offseason scrimmages and nine-hour practice sessions. The players agreed to speak only if their identity was not revealed, fearing repercussions from the coaches. A guilty verdict by the NCAA could result in sanctions against the ...

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