this week in unintentionally grim-sounding recruiting headlines
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|6 years 36 weeks ago||Your right, those sites may||
Your right, those sites may not be accurate-- even now Wikipedia says he is from Grant Town again... However the Detroit Free Press wrote several articles about him at his hire. They all show that he is from WV, and not Chicago. I would assume they would have done their fact checking. http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071215/SPORTS06/712150...
|6 years 36 weeks ago||Nice, but how much is true?||
Great piece... Just if it were more accurate I could believe more of it. I don't know where some of these stories and quotes came from.
In 1993, Glenville St. lost the NAIA championship to East Central in Oklahoma 49-35. http://football.victorysportsnetwork.com/fb/Championships/champ_year_by_...
Rich Rodriguez was born in Grant Town, WV. http://athletes-celebrities.tseworld.com/sports/coaches/rich-rodriguez.php or http://www.bigtennetwork.com/news/article.asp?LIST_ID=1&STORY_ID=12014 or http://michigan.scout.com/2/712055.html
I feel as though growing up so close to Morgantown and playing sports, he must have been to Morgantown earlier than being dropped off for school. North Marion plays both University High and Morgantown High every year.