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By Andy Staples
October 30, 2014

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Rich Rodriguez is very excited. Yes, he's pumped because his Arizona team is 6-1 heading into Saturday's matchup with UCLA in the Rose Bowl. But the even bigger deal is that the Dumb & Dumber sequel comes out next week. Rodriguez estimates he has seen the original 15 to 20 times, and he can recite basically the entire movie from memory. In fact, the line "So you're telling me there's a chance" has become the de facto motto of his coaching career.

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In a podcast recorded this week, Rodriguez talked about pets' heads falling off, why it's fun to coach this Wildcats team, whether he feels vindicated for the way things went at Michigan and the most embarrassing Halloween costume he ever wore. Spoiler alert: He was a hedge. Photo evidence exists.

Give it a listen …

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