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Michigan head coach Brady Hoke has become the latest head football coach to call out the SEC saying that “people get a little overly zealous” regarding the SEC’s level of football. Hoke also said, “I think when you look at the track record of the Big Ten, [we] play awfully good football.” The Big Ten has long been regarded as the most traditional and history-filled conference of all.
However for the sake of his problem, along with the entire Big Ten conference, is that the SEC has dominated bowl games against the midwestern conference of late with a record of 7-2 over the last three postseasons. That record alone has proven the SEC as the better conference as a whole when compared to the Big Ten.
Hoke believes that in order for the Big Ten to return as the premier football conference, recruiting must be better as whole on all team fronts.
“I really believe in this conference, and everyone has to recruit the way they need to recruit for their school,” said Hoke. “It’s an amazing conf...
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Brady Hoke’s reputation among his former players has paid dividends yet again. This time in the form of a commitment from class of 2015 propsect Jon Runyan Jr (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). He is the son of former Michigan All-American and current US Senator, Jon Runyan.
The elder Runyan’s time at Michigan overlapped with the time that Hoke served as an assistant...
Michigan Wolverines coach Brady Hoke believes fans are getting "a little overly zealous" when chatting about the SEC, and that the Big Ten can play some ball as well.
Former Michigan safety Marvin Robinson has transferred to Ferris State.
The school confirmed Monday that Robinson is enrolled.
Robinson left Michigan in May after playing sparingly for three seasons with the Wolverines. He will be eligible to play this year because Ferris State is an Championship Subdivision program.
The 6-foot-2, 202-pound backup safety and special teams player...
Move over A.J. McCarron, you’ve got some competition in the ridiculous tattoo department. Former Michigan sharpshooter Trey Burke, who is slotted to be drafted in the top ten of this week’s upcoming NBA Draft, got some new ink on his right arm and uploaded a photo of it to Instagram.
Burke’s tattoo is of the Columbus Clippers’ logo, which is the minor league baseball team...
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner made an appearance on the HUGE show on WBBL 107.3 FM yesterday that has fans of the rivalry buzzing. When asked about the potential of the 2013 Wolverines the junior signal caller offered a confident reply.
One of the more interesting things about Trey Burke to me was always the fact that he is from Columbus, Ohio and ended up playing basketball at Michigan. Burke is scheduled to be a top 10 pick in the NBA Draft this week, and decided to add some new ink that you would have been [...]
Star Michigan point guard Trey Burke recently got himself some new ink as he prepares for the 2013 NBA Draft. His tattoo pays homage to his hometown of Columbus, OH.
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner seems to suffer from short-term memory loss. Earlier today, Gardner was on The Huge Show that airs on various stations in the state of Michigan and Bill Simonson, host of the...