Six times in the first five minutes of his post-game press conference, Hoke pointed to himself as culpable.
In the press conference following Michigan’s 17-14 loss to Nebraska, answers eluded everyone.
“Are you okay that Devin Gardner is going to be your absolute starter for the rest of this season and next season?,” Valenti challenged Michigan fans on Friday.
The Michigan State defense did much more than simply live up to its reputation Saturday.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke was asked what the identity of his team was after its shootout win over Indiana.
Just after Penn State scored the winning touchdown to beat Michigan, coach Bill O’Brien sprinted down the field, arms raised, toward the sea of white in the south end zone.
Bill Belton ran for a 2-yard touchdown in the fourth overtime to lift Penn State past No. 18 Michigan 43-40 in maybe the biggest win in coach Bill O’Brien’s two seasons with the Nittany Lions.
Tuesday, Michigan did the opposite, and players strained to hear quarterback Devin Gardner whisper in the huddle.
Devin Gardner has turned the ball over seven times in two games, making Michigan vulnerable to being upset.
After uncomfortably close wins over Akron and Connecticut in back-to-back weeks, Michigan appreciated its recent bye week.