26 Facts About Rich Rodriguez

1. Rich Rodriguez took the Wildcats to five bowl games during his tenure, including the 2014 Fiesta Bowl.

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2. Rich Rodriguez issued a statement Tuesday night saying he found out about his firing by email.

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3. Rich Rodriguez said Rich Rodriguez forced her to keep an extramarital affair secret while groping and attempting to kiss her, among other actions that made her feel uncomfortable.

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4. Rich Rodriguez has seen his fair share of scandal in the past.

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5. Rich Rodriguez brought several members of his West Virginia staff with him, including Tony Gibson and offensive coordinator Calvin Magee.

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6. Rich Rodriguez received the 2003 Frank Loria Award from the West Virginia chapter of the National Football Foundation, and earned Big East Coach of the Year that season.

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7. Rich Rodriguez studied illustration at Paier College of Art in Hamden $4 with an Open Studio Hartford program.

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8. Rich Rodriguez appears to be especially annoyed that, thanks to him, his ex-wife has become a rich woman with "millions in the bank", three homes and multiple cars, TMZ's sources said.

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9. Rich Rodriguez believes that, thanks to him, Scurtis has become a rich woman with "millions in the bank", three homes and multiple cars.

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10. In the game, familiar protagonist Rico Rich Rodriguez has left the Agency and found out some Young told us that "the combat is a much more rich experience.

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11. Rich Rodriguez turned West Virginia into a national championship contender before flaming out as Michigan coach under enormous expectations.

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12. Rich Rodriguez was fired on January 2, 2018 after a three-month internal investigation by the Arizona Wildcats.

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13. In June 2011, Rich Rodriguez put the family home in York Township, Michigan up for sale for an asking price of $1.9 million.

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14. Rich Rodriguez worked as an analyst for CBS Sports for most of the 2011 season before being hired to coach at Arizona.

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15. Rich Rodriguez was rumored to be let go as Michigan coach on January 4, 2011.

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16. Rich Rodriguez led Michigan to its first New Year's Day bowl since the 2007 season when Michigan accepted a bid to play in the Gator Bowl.

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17. Rich Rodriguez was introduced by Michigan as its new coach at a news conference held on December 17, 2007 at the Junge Family Champions Center on the University of Michigan campus.

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18. Rich Rodriguez was required to pay WVU the remaining $1.5 million in three installments of $500,000 each, spread over three years starting in January 2010.

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19. On December 18, 2007, Rich Rodriguez informed the university that his resignation would instead be effective at midnight that night and was replaced by his former assistant coach Bill Stewart, who was selected as head coach after the Mountaineers won the Fiesta Bowl.

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20. On December 16, 2007, Rich Rodriguez informed players at West Virginia that he was leaving to succeed Lloyd Carr as the University of Michigan head football coach.

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21. On December 7, 2006, Rich Rodriguez received an offer from the University of Alabama to be the next Alabama Crimson Tide head coach.

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22. In 1999, Rich Rodriguez interviewed for the head coaching job at Texas Tech.

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23. Rich Rodriguez served as the offensive coordinator and associate head coach until the end of the 2000 season, traveling to a Peach Bowl and Gator Bowl.

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24. Rich Rodriguez left Glenville State at the end of the 1996 season to serve as assistant coach, offensive coordinator, and quarterback coach for Tulane University from 1997 to 1998, under head coach Tommy Bowden.

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25. Rich Rodriguez said he did not have any other trips planned this week.

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26. Rich Rodriguez returns after throwing just six pitches in striking catcher Chris Barnes and pitcher Rich Hill.

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