Opinion: Hoke’s Answers About Morris Not Good Enough

CBS Detroit

By Ashley Dunkak

ANN ARBOR (CBS DETROIT) – Michigan head coach Brady Hoke said he did not see quarterback Shane Morris get drilled under the chin in Saturday’s game. He said he relies on medical staff to let him know if a player is injured badly enough that he will not be able to play, and he said he would never put a player in a game if he thought the player might be concussed.

You can believe Hoke on all those counts and still have a problem with what transpired Saturday. I know I do.

Somewhere, the system broke down. Hoke acknowledged the team has people on staff to watch for injuries. Did no one on the entire sideline – or in the press box – see Morris get hit in real time? Did not one of those people see a replay? Did no staff member, after seeing the flag…

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