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Three and Out: Rich Rodriguez and the Michigan Wolverines in the Crucible of College Football
     

Three and Out: Rich Rodriguez and the Michigan Wolverines in the Crucible of College Football

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by John U. Bacon
 

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"Like the Moneyball of college football, Three and Out blows the lid off one of the sports world's most perplexing mysteries."—Entertainment Weekly

Three and Out tells the story of how college football's most influential coach, Rich Rodriguez, took over the nation's most successful program, only to produce three of the worst seasons in the

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Three and Out 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a long-time Michigan fan I began the Rodriguez era with an open mind and expectations. As time wore on I gradually lost faith and began to expect/hope for change. Now that the dust is beginning to settle and people are moving on, this book starts to shed a little light on some of the reasons why Rich was probably never going to succeed at Michigan. The deck was probably always stacked against him, and that's a bit shameful as it wasnt fair. Not to Rich, not to the kids who worked so hard, and not to the fans. It's a good read. Hard to re-live some of those games, but hopefully everyone's moved on and we can get back to being Michigan again. Go Blue!
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Changed how I felt about Rich Rod, and our Michigan family in general.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It connected the dots for me. I knew when Bo died the Michigan football program was in trouble. The last great leader of Michigan football was gone and nobody at the University of Michigan stepped up to the challenge. Darn cowards. A coach, a family and his team should never have to endure the politics and off field distractions to the extent they went through. Rich Rodriquez was doomed the day he was hired. It is too bad. I think he could have succeeded. He did not get the support he needed and deserved from the University of Michigan administration.
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