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Rich Rod releases 'Hideaway Book' cited in sexual harassment claim

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Attorneys for University of Arizona head football coach Rich Rodriguez have released the "Hideaway Book," cited by a woman accusing Rodriguez of sexual harassment.

The alleged victim has said that the book, among other things, focused on ways to “establish secrecy” within Rodriguez’s inner circle.

She also said the book included the phrase “Title IX doesn't exist in our office," which refers to the federal gender-equity law dealing with education.

Read her full list of accusations here.

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