Michigan Officials Probing Alleged 3-9 Season

Monday, August 31, 2009

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Michigan officials are looking into the alleged 3-9 season that took place last year under new head coach Rich Rodriguez. If it turns out to be true that the team was practicing roughly 846 hours per week as is being reported, a 3-9 season at Michigan seems unfathomable.

"I can't remember ever having a losing season in my lifetime, let alone one this bad," said a university official. "Michigan football didn't go 3-9. There's no way. I don't know who started that rumor. Probably the same people that say Notre Dame and Florida St. aren't national powers anymore. Just ridiculous."

If these allegations of a 3-9 season turn out to be true, the football program faces an uphill battle.

Said a member of the coaching staff, "If we really went 3-9 last year, then we need to get to work. We'll need to practice harder, lift more, and watch more film. Players will be here all day if they have to be."


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