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ESPN: Arizona coach Rodriguez being sued by former agency

Arizona Wildcats head football coach Rich Rodriguez. (Source: Emily Gauci / Arizona Athletics) Arizona Wildcats head football coach Rich Rodriguez. (Source: Emily Gauci / Arizona Athletics)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Arizona Wildcats head football coach Rich Rodriguez is being sued by the agency that once represented him, according to an ESPN report.

ESPN's Kyle Bonagura said Creative Arts Agency filed the breach-of-contract lawsuit Wednesday, Aug. 16.

Creative Arts Agency said Rodriguez owes the company $230,000.

Bonagura said CAA represented Rodriguez through the fall of 2015.

ESPN said a UA spokesman declined to comment on the lawsuit.

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