Rich Rodriguez: Future At Michigan Uncertain Following Historic Gator Bowl Loss
Rich Rodriguez would be wise to text his agent following his team's dismal performance against Mississippi State in the Gator Bowl. Michigan never really got going against the Bulldgos, and Rodriguez has been on the Hot Seat for months already.
MSU's Chris Relf was involved in four touchdowns, while teammate Vick Ballard ran for three scores. The No. 21 Bulldogs embarrassed Rich Rodriguez's Wolverines 52-14 on Saturday. The loss can't be blamed on Denard Robinson, who got the Wolverines off to what seemed to be a solid start with decent momentum.
Michigan's defense couldn't be found, and the 38-point drubbing was the worst bowl loss in Michigan's history. Consecutive losing seasons and sanctions from the NCAA for recruiting violations put Rodriguez in serious jeopardy of being unemployed after just three years with the program.
A decision from the school will likely be coming swiftly, and Rodriguez should be packing his bags.
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