ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan fans came away from Saturday's loss to Ohio State with one major question on their minds -- what happened in the second half?
Why did the Wolverines abandon the two-quarterback offense that had been so successful against Iowa? Why did Denard Robinson spend so much time at quarterback if he couldn't throw the ball? And, most baffling, why didn't Robinson -- one of the most explosive players in school history -- touch the ball in the final 12 minutes of a one-score game?
Monday, at his weekly press conference, Brady Hoke didn't provide straightforward answers to any of those questions. With offensive coordinator Al Borges not meeting with the media this week and Hoke only making Monday's appearance, the answers may remain a permanent mystery.
The only complete explanation Hoke gave was why Robinson never threw a pass, despite both he and his coach saying his elbow injury allowed him to do so.
"He wasn't as confident as he wanted to be with his ability ...