In 2012, Brady Hoke might learn that the toughest guy to follow at Michigan is … Brady Hoke. After the type of season Hoke put together last year in his first season directing the Wolverines, he has raised the expectations considerably.
Coming off an 11-2 record in 2011 that included a 6-2 mark in the Big Ten and a Sugar Bowl win, the former assistant with the Wolverines (1995-2002) will have little room to work with as he tries to push the bar even higher. The faithful in Ann Arbor are anxious to purge the remaining nightmares from the troubled Rich Rodriguez era.
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