The University of Michigan has relieved Head Football Coach Rich Rodriguez of his duties today.
In three years in Ann Arbor, Rodriguez had a record of 15-22, including a Big Ten mark of 6-16.
Rodriguez was hired in December 2007 after the retirement of then Head Coach Lloyd Carr.
Many reliable sources are saying that former Michigan Assistant Coach Brady Hoke, the current Head Coach at San Diego State, will become the Wolverines 19th Head Football Coach in the teams 131 years of inter-collegiate athletics.
On a personal note, I wish Coach Rodriguez well.
I believe he was given an impossible task, to change the culture of Michigan Football.
Michigan has run many different offensive styles since 1969, but the spread was something certain Michigan fans, Alumnus, and boosters just would not allow.
Anyone who think Rich Rodriguez can"t coach, go and check out the past two winners of The Chicago Tribune's Silver Football Award Winners...DE Brandon Graham in 2009, and QB Denard Robinson.
Now we begin a new, and I'm still All-In for the Maize & Blue.