Michigan and the NCAA investigation: Your guide to the coverage
The University of Michigan did not "adequately monitor" the football program and football coach Rich Rodriguez didn't monitor his quality-control staff, the NCAA noted in its Notice of Allegations delivered to the university on Monday.
Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman, incoming athletic director David Brandon and Rodriguez gave statements and took questions on Tuesday about the investigation.
You can find our coverage of the press briefing and the NCAA's investigation below.
- Quality-control coaches at center of NCAA allegations against Michigan football program
- NCAA rules specify how many coaches are allowed in a football program
- Michigan football program faces 5 NCAA violations, university has 90 days to respond
- NCAA: Rich Rodriguez didn't do enough to monitor staff
- A look at the key figures in the NCAA Notice of Allegations
- Pete Bigelow: These allegations shouldn't be brushed aside
- David Brandon: Rich Rodriguez is our coach
- MGoBlue.com: U-M provides update on NCAA investigation
- MGoBlog: A review of the press conference and the notice of allegations.
- New York Times: NCAA says Michigan football out of compliance
- ESPN.com: Michigan addresses NCAA allegations
- Maize n Brew: It was about stretching. Literally. Stretching.
- Detroit News: Bob Wojnowski says Rich Rodriguez still faces a big issue - winning
- Orlando Sentinel: It's hard to figure out how Rich Rodriguez is going to survive this
- Rivals.com: NCAA details Michigan's 'major' bureaucratic infractions
- Sports Illustrated: Infractions will hurt embattled Rodriguez more than Michigan
- The Big Lead: Accusations not damning but definitely embarrassing
- Detroit Free Press: Coverage from the start of the investigation
- Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez addresses NCAA statement
- Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman addresses NCAA investigation
- Incoming athletic director David Brandon addresses Rodriguez's job security
- David Brandon talks about the NCAA investigation