The Rich Rodriguez era at the University of Michigan was obviously a colossal failure.
John Bacon didn’t make any new friends and might’ve lost some old ones with his book, “Three and Out,” that looks at the Rich Rodriguez era in Michigan football.
Rich Rodriguez and Bill Stewart were both charged with failure to monitor compliance with NCAA legislation while at West Virginia in findings released Friday afternoon.
Former Michigan and West Virginia coach Rich Rodriguez will join CBS Sports Network as a game and studio analyst for the upcoming college football season.
That’s one way of looking at it. Michigan fans everywhere are just glad the Rich Rodriguez era is over. Now it has to deal with the program changing coaches for the second time in three years, which is never a good thing.
The Red Wings with some payback on their minds as they host the Predators at the Joe tonight. Nashville shut out Detroit 3-0 on the road Saturday.
Yesterday during National Signing Day Rich Rod was apart of CBS Sports coverage and had the opportunity to interview Michigan’s new head coach Brady Hoke.
Rich Rodriguez is an analyst for CBS College Sports and had to sit through a Brady Hoke interview. Let’s just say Rich Rod looks a little uncomfortable.
Rich Rodriguez was convinced the worst was behind him at Michigan, that better days were coming after three tumultuous seasons. Much better. “Exponentially” better, as he put it.
Then he was fired.
When Rich Rodriguez donated a dozen bags of Michigan apparel to the Salvation Army, Wolverines fan Darren Schumacher became curious. So he showed up Saturday at a cold parking lot about halfway between Ann Arbor […]