Rich Rodriguez: Not The First To Break NCAA Rules With Good Intentions

Posted by Ruth Frantz on September-1-2009 Add Comments

Rich Rodriguez is under fire by just about everyone these days, most importantly though, by the NCAA. In his emotional news conference on Monday, just six days before his team's season opener against Western Michigan, he defended himself and his coaching staff against allegations of violations of an NCAA rule that states players may not practice more than 20 hours a week during the season, or eight hours in the offseason.

Rodriguez, who went 3-9 in the 2009 season, defended his coaching practices after the Detroit Free Press published an article in which pas...

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