Monday, May 24, 2010

Michigan Formally Responds To The NCAA Today, and will Reveal Findings and Self Imposed Sanctions on Tuesday.

Adam Rittenberg writes about David Brandon's crash course in NCAA practices and policies, while outlining the process from which Michigan will address the allegations.

The issue:
Rich Rod and UofM prepare to move on.

The NCAA alleges that Michigan exceeded limits for both time and number of coaches/staff members, allowed to monitor both in-season and out-of-season team activities. Head coach Rich Rodriguez is alleged to have "failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance within the football program," and Michigan is alleged to have "failed to adequately monitor its football program to assure compliance."

Michigan sent its self imposed sanctions today to the NCAA, and will make public their findings tomorrow.

As soon as I hear or read anything I will put it up.

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