Found April 24, 2013 on Throw The Flag:
It’s hard to get people to come to noon games. You have to start drinking at 7 am if you want to enjoy a good college football experience. Well, the Michigan Wolverine Head Coach Brady Hoke apparently has the solution to bring the kids to the games by noon kick off. His answer is obviously donuts. Come on down to the big house and grab a donut on Coach Hoke. GO BLUE! Word from Coach Hoke: Free glazed donuts for all students before noon home games. #goblue — Laura Raines (@itsraininglaura) April 24, 2013
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