By Dan Jenkins
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Two former Wolverines — recently fired head coach Brady Hoke and wide receiver Desmond Howard — poked fun at themselves on Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets segment in preparation for the College Football Playoff Championship Game on Monday.
Hoke and Howard joined some ESPN personalities — including Lou Holtz and Tim Tebow — in being the butt of the joke for a moment by reading some harsh tweets about themselves. Howard’s read:
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Desmond Howard’s mustache looks like the starting point of a maze.
Hoke’s was a little better:
Brady Hoke is proof that Fred Flintstone would be a terrible college football coach.
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