Posted August 21, 2012 on michigan.scout.com
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke met with the media earlier this evening to answer questions about team 133. Hoke talks about the team’s progress to this point, a recent scrimmage Saturday, the left guard battle, injuries, and preparation for Alabama.
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