Michigan self-imposes penalties
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan has been playing football for more than a century, earning respect by becoming the nation's winningest program while avoiding the stigma attached to teams that break NCAA rules.
The school admitted Tuesday to a series of violations by its storied football program and said it had reprimanded seven people, including third-year coach Rich Rodriguez. Another staffer was fired and the school released more than 150 pages detailing ...
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