Under Rich Rodriguez, Michigan Reaches All-Time Low with Recent Team Defections

Posted by Dan Scofield on August-10-2009 Add Comments

After the hiring of former West Virginia head coach Rich Rodriguez, the past few years have been shaky for the Michigan program.

Rodriguez has redefined the meaning of a "violation of team rules."

When asked about the reasoning for Justin Feagin recently being dismissed from the Michigan football team, Rodriguez responded by saying that he simply had violated a team rule.

Unfortunately for Rodriguez and the program, the true violations have been made public.

Former quarterback/slot receiver Feagin was dismissed from the school for selling cocaine.

Other student sources told police that "it was common knowledge that Feagin sold marijuana." Feagin had also been arrested twice in high sc...

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