New Ole Miss Offensive Coordinator Rich Rodriguez talks about getting offensive inspiration from high school football

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Rich Rodriguez has never coached at the high school level, but he said earlier this week that he gets offensive inspiration from the high school game. Rodriguez, who has been a head coach at Arizona, Michigan and West Virginia, spoke to the media this week after being hired as the new offensive coordinator at Ole Miss about how coaches can learn offensive innovation from high school offensive schemes.

During his playing days, Rodriguez was an all-state player at North Marion High School in West Virginia.

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