Michigan coach Brady Hoke gave his players a couple days off last week during the team's bye week.
Some of them couldn't stay away.
Senior tight end Kevin Koger met some teammates at Schembechler Hall to ''get some work in'' on Saturday after sleeping in a bit and watching TV at home.
''I really didn't know what to do,'' Koger said Monday. ''I actually figured out, I need a hobby.''
Koger wasn't alone.
Junior left tackle Taylor Lewan also found his way to team headquarters, joining Koger and other Wolverines who refused to be idle with feet kicked up on the couch.
''We were like, 'Even on a day off, we're coming in,''' Koger recalled saying to Lewan. ''I feel like we don't know what else to do. That's all we know, just go to the building.''
The 17th-ranked Wolverines (4-3, 2-1 Big Ten) are looking forward to getting back on the field Saturday at home against Purdue (4-3, 2-1) for the first time since losing to Michigan State.
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