Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The allegations have come down but Rich Rod is staying

The hastily organized Victors' Rally that was held Sunday portended the release of the NCAA notice of allegations into Coach Rod's practice policy rules infractions. The allegations released today cited five (5) potential Major Violations committed by the Wolverines' Football Program. One of the questions that the University has to answer for the NCAA is whether the allegations demonstrate that Coach Rod failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance and failed to adequately monitor the members of his staff. Despite this inquiry, incoming A.D. David Brandon unequivocally stated that Rich Rod is going to be the Head Coach next season. Sure. Why not? Coach Rod's "leadership" only brought the first allegations of NCAA Major Violations in the 130-year history of Michigan Football. This is a dark day. Coach Rod should voluntarily resign but there is not a snowball's chance in Hawaii of that happening. Go Blue!


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