CFB: Michigan AD reiterates Rodriguez’s job is safe now
By LARRY LAGE
AP Sports Writer
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan athletic director David Brandon says there’s nothing in the NCAA allegations hovering over the football team that has put coach Rich Rodriguez job status in question.
Brandon’s first day on the job started Monday.
Brandon says nothing will be more important than getting to know Rodriguez and his program. The former chief of Domino’s Pizza says evaluating college football’s winningest program is critical because its annual revenues account for three-quarters of his department’s budget.