Posted: 11:27 pm Monday, July 27th, 2009

Michigan Wolverines dump former Heritage star Justin Feagin 

By Jason Lieser

Updated July 29, 2:42 p.m.

I got a Tweet earlier this evening from Mark Snyder, a reporter for the Detroit Free Press covering the Michigan Wolverines: Justin Feagin, the dual-threat quarterback who led American Heritage to a state championship in 2007, was kicked off the team.

Justin Feagin on national signing day in 2008. You can probably find that t-shirt at Salvation Army this week. (Chris Matula/The Post)

Justin Feagin on national signing day in 2008. You can probably find that t-shirt at Salvation Army this week. (Chris Matula/The Post)


Little information regarding the reason behind Feagin’s dismissal is available right now. Head coach Rich Rodriguez issued a statement saying, “Justin Feagin was dismissed for a violation of team rules Thursday evening.

On Wednesday, Feagin declined to address the issue or his plans going forward from the dismissal, saying, “I don’t got no comment on nothing.” Then he hung up.

To read Snyder’s article, click here.