Found November 27, 2011 on Detroit4lyfe:
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With apologies to Brian Cook's weekly declarations, it is finally appropriate to utter the words "Brady Hoke gets it." Hoke's Wolverines beat Ohio State 40-34 yesterday in a game that could have easily been a 20-point blowout in either direction. [Insert section about Braxton Miller's throwing accuracy here] Simply put: ugly or beyond ugly, a win is a win. Michigan fans were desperate for a victory in this series, especially with the prospect of Urban Meyer taking over in Columbus next season. Denard Robinson put together a Heisman-worthy* performance, Fitzgerald Toussaint cemented his name at the top of next season's RB depth chart (if it wasn't there already), and the defense stood tall at a couple key moments (when Miller wasn't overthrowing wide open receivers, that is). Speaking of overthrowing receivers, Houston QB Case Keenum -- who is like 35 after being in college for 15 years -- won't do that. If Michigan matches up with Houston in a...
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