Mountaineers hope upgrades will impress Rodriguez
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia plans to spend millions on its football facilities and hopes the improvements will help persuade coach Rich Rodriguez to stay with the Mountaineers.
Rodriguez met on Tuesday with Alabama athletic director Mal Moore, who's looking for a new head coach.
"We want him to stay," West Virginia athletic director Ed Pastilong said in a phone interview Wednesday. "He's the one that can make that call. We're hoping it continues."
Pastilong and Rodriguez ...
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