Rodriguez: Process is corrected
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez says the process of filing forms that log hours players devote to football was corrected as soon as he learned it wasn't happening.
Rodriguez declined further comment Wednesday because of an ongoing NCAA investigation.
An internal audit released Monday discovered the football program failed to file the school's forms that track how much players workout and practice as a tool to comply with NCAA rules.
The office of university audits sent Rodriguez a memo on July 24, stating that forms from the 2008 regular season had not been submitted.
The Detroit Free Press, citing anonymous players, reported a month later that Michigan exceeded NCAA limits regarding practices and workouts.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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