Found January 18, 2013 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
Michigan head football coach gave a very honest assessment of the Wolverines' 2012 season while speaking in front of a group of Michigan state high school coaches on Friday morning. Maybe a little too honest.  "We had a s****y season, to be honest with you," Hoke said at the MHSFA's Winner’s Circle Clinic. "Bad year, to be honest. Proud of the kids, how they kept moving forward, but it wasn't the year Michigan deserves." Hoke may want to prepare himself for a visit to Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon's office when he gets back to Ann Arbor. That and a mouthful of soap. (via MLive.com)
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