Everything you need to know about Michigan's response to NCAA allegations
Melanie Maxwell | AnnArbor.com
At 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning, the University of Michigan released its response to the NCAA allegations of wrongdoing within the Wolverines' athletic department and football program in which it admitted to four major rules violations.
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon and football coach Rich Rodriguez discussed the school's response in an 11 a.m. press conference, in which the two detailed Michigan's self-imposed sanctions.
AnnArbor.com has been detailing Michigan's response to the NCAA all day. Here's a look at our coverage, which will continue throughout the day:
- Michigan admits to violations, self-imposes probation, practice restrictions.
- U-M coach Rich Rodriguez's response: Lots of blame to go around.
- Analysis: Michigan relieved for now, but NCAA investigation isn't over yet.
- Michigan revamps compliance policies following investigation.
- Key excerpts from Michigan's press conference with David Brandon and Rich Rodriguez.
- Rich Rodriguez speaks Monday night: 'Everything's going to be OK.'
- List of minor NCAA violations reported by U-M football program since 2005.
- Recap of Tuesday afternoon's live chat with Dave Birkett, Mike Rothstein and Pete Bigelow.
- Video: Dave Brandon and Rich Rodriguez discuss job security, NCAA response.
- Detroit Free Press: Dave Brandon backs Rich Rodriguez, despite violations.
- Detroit News: Focus now turns to Michigan's future.
- MGoBlog: Day of Slight Reckoning roundup.
- MVictors: Michigan (not) throwing in the towel.
- SI.com: Michigan's transparency doesn't lessen the burden on Rich Rodriguez.