Offseason program has Wolverines looking, feeling different
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It is the day before the opening of Michigan's first spring practice under coach Rich Rodriguez, and a coach who knows Rodriguez's career better than anyone predicts that the Wolverines will not merely struggle to learn the new schemes. This coach uses terms like "ugly" and "miserable" to describe the adjustment.
"I'm anticipating the worst," this coach said.
This expert's name? Rich Rodriguez.
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