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Opening statement ... "It's obviously disappointing to lose;
you don't play to lose. It is disappointing -- we need to execute better
in multiple areas, and when the opportunity comes we need to take
advantage of it. And you've got to make plays. We didn't do that
throughout the game. There were also an awful lot of good things that
our team did. I can tell you that I was pleased with the physical effort
that they put through. We had Thomas Gordon -- he played 91 plays -- and he played a fast, physical 91 plays. And so did Jarrod Wilson. Both of them are key elements in our punt game. I'm just talking about those two guys but how guys like Jeremy Gallon
play, and you watch our team play and the physical effort was very
good. Now let's go back to the mental effort because it takes both.
Mentally we had some things that ...
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It took 4 overtimes for Michigan to finally snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory in the Wolverine’s 43-40 loss to Penn State. There were at least a dozen events in the game that could have changed the outcome for Michigan. However none of those possible scenarios occurred and at the end of the four-overtime day Michigan came up short.
Not surprisingly, some in Wolverine...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke says he doesn't think the team's play-calling was too conservative in the Wolverines' four-overtime loss to Penn State, but he did take the blame for a delay-of-game penalty late in regulation that led to a punt.
The Wolverines lost a 10-point, fourth-quarter lead at Penn State and fell 43-40 on Saturday. On Sunday, Michigan dropped of The Associated...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke took full responsibility for the delay of game penalty late in the Wolverines' loss at Penn State. Hoke addressed that, the issues with the running game, the competition at left guard, and whether or not he believes the coaches took a conservative approach in the fourth quarter and overtime (VIDEO included).
Brady Hoke reflects upon Michigan's 43-40 quadruple overtime loss to Penn State. The Wolverines' headman discusses the performance of the offensive line, the offensive philosophy moving forward, potential lineup changes, and much much more.
Brady Hoke and Greg Mattison (Photo credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)
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Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke defends he and his staff's play calling...
Michigan lost a heartbreaking four-overtime game (a game the Wolverines had numerous chances to win) to Penn State this past Saturday at Beaver Stadium. And while it’s just Michigan’s first loss of the season, coach Brady Hoke is already getting plenty of criticism from his fan base. More specifically, fans are not happy with the playcalling towards the end of the game – many...
Groom’s cakes are serious business, and we’ve seen time and time again that sports fans use them as a platform to demonstrate their fanhood — today we got another great example of that. One Michigan State fan decided to get a groom’s cake featuring Sparty stomping on the back of a fallen Michigan player: That’s a pretty amazing cake — it’s a very accurate depiction...
If I had to use two words to perfectly describe the University of Michigan’s football team this season, I would easily say disappointing and inconsistent.Michigan is one of those teams that are actually worse than their record says. Making it close with teams like Connecticut, Akron and most recently Penn State, the Wolverines have disappointed fans that expected better of their...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke met with the media for the final time leading up to Indiana on Saturday. Hoke addressed the offensive line reps, Erik Magnuson’s play at Penn State, his skill set, updated the status of Taylor Lewan, and prepping for Indiana’s tempo offense (VIDEO included).
There were scapegoats abound for the Michigan Wolveries’ stunning 43-40 overtime loss to the Penn State Nittany Lions on Saturday night, but plenty of people continue to look in the wrong places.
Brendan Gibbons missed multiple field goals which could have won the game, while Devin Gardner turned the ball over too many times (again) and Brady Hoke and the coaching staff played...
Photos have emerged of the moment a police officer sprayed a handcuffed Michigan Wolverines football fan in the face with pepper spray from point blank range.
The incident occurred Saturday during Michigan's game against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania and the photo has gone viral.
The man had allegedly struck a female usher...
With seconds left in their game against Penn St. the Michigan Wolverines lined up for a 52 yard game winning field goal. This is what happened:
After Penn St. failed to score during their possession, Michigan was left with a 40 yard field goal to win the game. Guess what happened…
And finally, after a costly fumble by Penn St. gave the Wolverines a third chance to win the game...