Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by detteam, Aug 29, 2009.
Michigan football program broke rules, players say | Detroit Free Press | Freep.com
Well, it's not as if they hired him for his integrity. No surprises here.
ESPN is on the story now Report: Michigan football players allege NCAA violations - ESPN and UM just finished repainting the doors to the weight room
Sour Grapes? Hmm, he's been reviled by the boosters and pissed off a lot of plyers brought in to play under the prior system. Since they're talking 2008 it could be there's some animosity playing out, a whisper campaign designed to hurt him further. I'm not buying unless it becomes official cause the team played too goldarn awful to be sweating out extra hours in training..
A blessing in disguise?? FIRE RICH ROD!
If they can't break .500 this season, agree to send him packing...
Just some State fans looking for some dirt. They're just tired of being the little brother.
Yeah, must be State fans disguised as U of M players and giving interviews. Good job peeping that out, Nemo.
Actually...I meant the STATE fans on this site... S
...so did I.
They talkin 'bout practice here? Practice? What a bunch of crybabies.
when your that bad.... you should be asking for more practice time....
This sounds like sour grapes from guys that lost their spots on the team when the new regime took over.
Gotta love U of M fans. They ignore the violations and justify them! Is this the Rich Rodriguez positive spin thread?
The interesting item is that Rosenberg's a UM grad. Me thinks some well-heeled UM alums are expressing their displeasure with the hire after a 3-9 season. Former players too
Yeah, maybe. But the articles say a starter for this year's team made the same allegations.
Just some MSU fans getting ready for UM having a better record this season.
Rodriguez has been coaching at the collegiate level for nearly 20 years, and he has never had these allegations brought up before. Either he is really stupid for forgetting how to bend the rules, I would think many schools do the same, or the alumni want him gone.
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