Rich Rodriguez: I Was Not Fully Supported At Michigan

As heard on the Mike Meltser Show

Former Michigan and West Virginia head coach Rich Rodriguez joined Mike Meltser and they discussed his time at those two programs, SEC denying West Virginia and his regret of leaving the Mountaineers.


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  • Bodl

    Good lord, RR never understood the Michigan program. He said that when he arrived the cupboard was bare, and would take a while to “become” a winner. Michigan is the winningest program in college football history. The Wolverines went 11-2 and were ranked 3rd in the final poll the year before his ill-fated arrival. RR is inflexible, and can not adopt his offense to his existing players. Brady Hoke will restore M to their rightful position, while RR will commentate on a third tier network, or coach second tier schools.

  • Pat

    DB should have recruited defense and kickers and offensive linemen. A 3-3-5 defense was doomed for failure from the beginning. There’s also a reason that the Big Ten recruits big strong linemen on both sides of the ball. It works. His mediocre talented small fast linemen (that he recruited) were never going to hold up against as fast, big strong linemen from schools like Wisconsin and Ohio State. So glad that whiny cry baby of a coach is gone.

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