VIDEO – Rich Rodriguez Dismisses “BS” Violations at Michigan

October 10, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Arizona Wildcats head coach Rich Rodriguez watches game action against the Southern California Trojans during the second half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Rich Rodriguez spent an abbreviated yet tumultuous tenure at Michigan that, as detailed in John Bacon’s book Three and Out, was doomed before it ever began.

Among the more noted issues in Rodriguez’s three seasons in Ann Arbor were accusations of violating the NCAA’s allotted practice period schedule.

Rodriguez dismisses the violations as “BS” in an interview that debuts Monday. Jack Jorgensen of Saturday Blitz and FanSided has a sneak peek:

Rodriguez has not spoken much about the violations, but he will next Monday in an interview set to air on the Seth Davis Show on CampusInsiders.com at 1:30 pm ET.

But, we do have a clip of him addressing the violations, including the coach calling the accusations, “a bunch of BS.”:

Aside from that, Rodriguez talks other topics such as:

• Clearing up his exit from West Virginia

• His break from the coaching scene

• And, also, was he almost the coach of Alabama?!

All of which you can watch here:

Topics: Arizona Wildcats, Football, Michigan Wolverines

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  • Chris Foosman

    That book is a must read for any literate college football fan, sorry Alabama fans. The tar and feathers brought out for Rodriguez show the complete worthlessness of the NCAA as it is currently constituted.