Rodriguez's style key to West Virginia's rise
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Dinner with some big-shot college football coaches starts with a $100 bottle of wine, continues with a $40 entrée and ends with a suitably decadent dessert.
Then there's dinner with Rich Rodriguez.
The West Virginia coach sticks a fork into a square slab of cafeteria lasagna at the Mountaineers football complex. His wife, Rita, and children, Raquel and Rhett, are eating dinner by his side. When they're done, they bus their brown plastic trays themselves.
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