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Last Sunday, many Colts players and staff members donned CHUCKSTRONG apparel in support of coach Chuck Pagano, who’s battling leukemia. In short time, the movement has made its way to the collegiate ranks. ESPN.com reports Michigan Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke purchased more than 40 of the T-shirts for he and his coaches to wear in the days leading up to their October 13 matchup against Illinois. Though the gesture is kind in its own regard, there are long-standing ties between Pagano and Hoke’s Wolverines. Michigan’s defensive coordinator, Greg Mattison, held the same position with the Ravens when Pagano coached the secondary. After Mattison left for Ann Arbor, Pagano assumed his former role in Baltimore and, of course, eventually ended up in Indianapolis. It’s clear Pagano has a large support system, and hopefully that goes a long way toward speeding up his recovery. (Photo via Getty Images)
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Michigan coach Brady Hoke says he doesn't think his team will have any problems focusing on Illinois while a highly anticipated matchup looms against rival Michigan State next week.
The 25th-ranked Wolverines are favored by more than two touchdowns to beat the Fighting Illini on Saturday at home.
Michigan is coming off a 44-13 victory at Purdue and has steadily improved since...
This upcoming Saturday the Michigan Wolverines will welcome the Fighting Illini of Illinois to The Big House.The 2-4 (0-2 Big Ten) Fighting Illini are coming to Ann Arbor hungry and ready to prove themselves after their 31-14 loss to Wisconsin on the road last week. Losing the first two conference games of the year is bound to put a team's back against the wall, so I expect Illinois...
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Michigan is back in the poll, climbing to No. 25 after an impressive win over Purdue, and heads into Saturday's game favored to beat Illinois by more than two touchdowns.
The Wolverines (3-2, 1-0 Big Ten) in theory could be looking ahead to next week's game against rival Michigan State.
"I don't think we'll have any problems,'' coach Brady Hoke said...