Michigan coach Brady Hoke and his players maintain that their major goal – the program’s first Big Ten championship since 2004 – is still attainable.
Following Saturday’s game, Hoke did not commit to staying with Gardner as the starter. He said Monday that the team would announce Tuesday its decision on which quarterback will start against Minnesota.
I have an idea and it’s a long shot; you know kind of like Michigan actually scoring an offensive touchdown.
“We’ll see what happens,” Hoke said. “I think that’s the best way to put it.”
“As the rain started to fall and the lighting struck, one of the most disappointing and disgusting Michigan home performances in recent memory was given a reprieve on a late Saturday afternoon.”
Hoke’s squad went into a rain delay down 26-10 at the hands of the Utah Utes on Saturday and, at certain points, watched his team get booed off the field for the second week in a row.
Michigan is trying to reclaim some of its prestige in Brady Hoke’s fourth season as coach.
The Big Ten announced its 2014-15 men’s basketball conference games to be televised by CBS Sports or an ESPN network on Thursday.
Future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Tom Brady has decided to put his old resume on Facebook.
Jalen Rose clearly has some bottled anger towards his former Michigan teammate Chris Webber.