ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -A news Web site says Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez was business partners with a banned Clemson booster in a failed real-estate venture that led to a $3.9 million lawsuit.
AnnArbor.com reported Tuesday night that Clegg Lamar Greene is named in the lawsuit accusing Rodriguez and three others of defaulting on a multimillion-dollar loan tied to a Virginia condo development.
Authorities say Greene stole money from investors, including Rodriguez, to pay debts on various business deals.
The 71-year-old Greene was accused in 2000 of providing a $1,300 loan and use of his boat to two Clemson recruits. Rodriguez was the offensive coordinator at Clemson from 1999-2000.
Rodriguez's agent did not immediately return a message Wednesday.

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