ANN ARBOR (WWJ/AP) — Pressure continues to mount on University of Michigan football coach Brady Hoke.
Following his decision to keep quarterback Shane Morris in this past weekend’s game versus Minnesota — when it appeared Morris had suffered a blow to the head — Hoke was peppered with questions on Monday in his weekly media session.
If there was one major point Hoke seemed to stress Monday, it was that he does not have input into whether a player is healthy enough to play. If a player shouldn’t be going back in the game, that’s the trainer’s call.
“I knew the kid had an ankle injury,” Hoke said. “That’s what I knew.”
Among those who believes there needs to be a change within the Michigan football program is former Wolverine tailback Allen Jefferson, although he said that Brady Hoke should stay on through the rest of this season.
“It would cause a tremendous…
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