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Arizona Coach Rich Rodriguez has powerful statement regarding RB Orlando Bradford allegedly hitting a woman

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At the afternoon "Mondays with Rich Rod" press conference, Arizona head football coach Rich Rodriguez addressed the media for the first time about the dismissal from the team of running back Orlando Bradford, after he was charged with 11 felonies.  

Bradford currently remains in the Pima County jail. 

When asked about the "process" used to evaluate how Bradford would be disciplined after the arrest, Rich Rodriguez said, "There ain't no process."

"We have a rule. You put your hands on a woman, you are done. That's it. There ain't no 'sit down and talk." If you did it, if you put your hands on a woman in any shape way or form, you are done. Next!"

To see Rich Rodriguez's powerful response on-air, and more on how Bradford's replacement (U of A freshman running back JJ Taylor has stepped up), please tune in to News 4 Tucson at 6 and 10 p.m. 

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