This season Michigan coach Brady Hoke has been criticized regularly for many things, but one bell which never fails to ring is the one concerning injury information. That’s the stuff we want at press conferences. With a whole load of endured injuries in the young season, we wouldn’t mind having some injury information at our disposal, mostly for our peace of mind. So at Wednesday’s press conference, Hoke finally addressed this in decent length.
By: Hunter Firestone
The Michigan Wolverines had a very good season last year. Even after losing Trey Burke to the NBA draft, they still had a deep run into the NCAA Tournament, and even though they lost to Kentucky in the Elite 8, many people, including myself, would say that Michigan had a successful campaign. Let’s talk about how the season went in whole for the Wolverines.
The Michigan Wolverines don’t have a very extensive history with the Utah Utes, a series that only dates back to 2002. But a split record of 1-1 means one of the schools is going to walk away with the upper hand and keep it that way until they meet again in 2015 for the season opener, which will be at Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium.
This Saturday Michigan will look to improve its record to 3-1 when Utah travels to Ann Arbor, and the conversations are swirling around everywhere, including Brady Hoke’s status as the head coach of the Wolverines. With that in mind, how much pressure is on him to get this win over a Pac 12 opponent and send Michigan into the Big Ten schedule on a high note?
Yesterday, Brady Hoke had his weekly press conference to discuss the game on Saturday vs. Miami (OH) and also talk what’s ahead for this week against Utah. Here are some key points.
Can you believe that college basketball is less than two months away?
Whether you are ready for it or not, the Big Ten Network (BTN) released its 2014-2015 Big Ten Conference basketball television schedule today. BTN is set to televise a record number of men’s conference basketball games this season, including 77 conference match-ups.