The University of Michigan's President, football coach, and new athletic director are expected to appear at 1 PM today EST to address allegations into its football program.
The NCAA launched an inquiry into allegations that the program was overworking its players and using more time than was officially allotted for practice, weight training, and other activities.
The feeling from many Michigan football insiders is that there will not be a substantial finding of wrongdoing and that if there are penalties or ripple effects from the incident, they are expected to be minor.
Rich Rodriguez addressed the allegations at the recent Victors' Rally held at the Michigan Theater over the weekend.
"We have an issue with the NCAA," Rodriguez said. "That is going to be resolved, and I feel confident by the end of the summer we'll be through with that."
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