University of Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez has reportedly been fired after three years with the Big Ten team.
Athletic director Dave Brandon announced the decision after meeting with Rodriguez on Tuesday and again Wednesday morning, according to ESPN.
“I have completed a systematic and thorough review of our football program and believe that a change in leadership is necessary,” Brandon said. “We have not achieved at the level that I expect.”
Rodriguez was just 6-18 mark in Big Ten play and went 11-11 at home, according to ESPN. Read more here.
A news conference has been scheduled for 12:30 p.m. eastern toÂ “to talk about the state of the football program under the direction of head coach Rich Rodriguez,” the Detroit Free Press learned from a university e-mail.
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