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Rich-Rod May Still Hurt WVU

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Although he claims not to know "a whole heck of a lot" about the NCAA investigations that have cast clouds over the Michigan and West Virginia football programs, Don Nehlen isn't so naive as not to understand that their ramifications could reverberate from Ann Arbor to Morgantown.

Rich Rodriguez's coaching career could be on the line when Michigan has a hearing before the NCAA infractions committee today in Seattle, which leaves West Virginia fans in a considerable conundrum.

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