Rich Rodriguez on the Huge Show Thursday afternoon.
"I don't owe anyone an apology."
"This is America - you are entitled to change jobs."
"I didn't have a press conference there (in West Virginia) to announce I was leaving, I had it in Ann Arbor -- I wanted to look forward."
"But I told the my staff first ... 5 minutes before I told the team. Then I told the team - face to face."
"I talked to the President of the University the night before, about the situation, how serious it was.
"I thought we did everything we could in the 7 years I was there to build that program."
"But it's been (from West Virginia): 'He left us ... lets tear this guy apart."
"And I told the coaches, even those who I hoped would come -- we'll talk about it afterward ... stay there and coach the game.
Simonson: "A University of West Virginia spokesman said to the Toledo Blade: 'All student records, including those of the football team ... are secure." (Click Here.)
Rodriguez: "I know the smear campaign they're doing ... but why they're doing it..."
Rich Rodriguez on the Huge Show Thursday
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