ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan and Rich Rodriguez will meet again Wednesday to discuss the embattled football coach's future, The Associated Press has learned.
A person familiar with the situation told the AP that Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon has not decided whether to fire Rodriguez, who's 15-22 with college football's winningest program.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the details of the evaluation were supposed to remain confidential.
Defensive back James Rogers said a Tuesday night players meeting was postponed until Wednesday afternoon; Rodriguez traditionally holds the meeting the night before classes resume each semester.
Michigan officials declined comment amid reports that Rodriguez had already been fired.
"The definitive voice on this matter is Dave Brandon, and he has not and will not speak publicly until a final decision has been made," associate athletic director Dave Ablauf said in a statement.