Posted December 29, 2011 on michigan.scout.com
Michigan players spoke to the media after their second practice in New Orleans on a warm, sunny day. Troy Woolfolk, Drew Dileo, Will Heininger, and Craig Roh discussed their own special circumstances leading up to the Sugar Bowl.
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