“I’ve never been concerned about a job, ever, and I never will be,” Brady Hoke said Monday.
With so much talk about what will happen at the end of this ugly season for Michigan football, it’s easy to overlook that there’s a month to go in the regular season.
Saturday, Johnson erupted, logging 122 yards on 16 carries and scoring a pair of touchdowns, including his first ever for the Wolverines.
The sophomore missed the first two games of the season but has played in every game since.
The Wolverines host Indiana in their homecoming football game Saturday — and if they lose this one, it would be yet another low point this season.
Hoke’s future has been in doubt for a while because of his team’s lack of progress.
This season has affirmed the old adage that winning cures all ills.
Brandon will retain the use of two company vehicles through the end of the year, will retain his health insurance through June 2015, and will also retain two Regents Emeritus seats to football, hockey and men’s basketball.
The move is sudden and to some, shocking, though fans and students have been clamoring for his removal after a disappointing start to the season and a series of gaffes that played out on and off the field.
The embattled athletic director announced his resignation. Michigan college football fans were out in force making their opinions on the subject heard.