“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.
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Just because Dave Brandon is now out as the University of Michigan Athletic Director, doesn’t mean he has left the Ann Arbor campus in spirit.
Hoke’s future has been in doubt for a while because of his team’s lack of progress.
After a rocky relationship with Dave Brandon, Student Body President Bobby Dishell talked about the disconnect between the students and the former Athletic Director.
This season has affirmed the old adage that winning cures all ills.
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.
Dave Brandon, formerly the CEO of Domino’s Pizza, became Michigan’s athletic director in 2010.
As poorly as Michigan’s season is going, a loss to Indiana would be a significant low point.
“I think we’re getting close to see where he’s going to be either way,” Hoke told Stoney, Bill and Sara of 97.1 The Ticket.