Rodriguez was fired early today by athletic director David Brandon.
Before becoming the head man at Michigan, Rodriguez built a winning reputation at his Alma mater, West Virginia, and was the most desired coach in the country after the 2007 season.
At West Virginia, Rodriguez led the team to a 60-26 record with 5 Big East titles in 7 seasons.
While in Ann Arbor, Rodriguez won a total of 6 division games in Big Ten play over his 3-year tenure.
Along with losing, Rodriguez’ time at Michigan was marred by player criticism and the breaking of NCAA rule violations.