LANSING (WWJ) – “That’s a very dangerous area to get into,” said Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday, when asked to weigh in on a quarterback concussion scandal at the University of Michigan.
It seems to be what everyone in the state is talking about following Monday’s late night statement by U-M athletic director Dave Brandon.
“The governor is an avid, avid fan of the U of M, so it seemed only logical to try to ask him what he thought about all this stuff going on,” reported WWJ Lansing Bureau Chief Tim Skubick.
Roughly 12 hours after embattled Michigan coach Brady Hoke said he’d been given no indication that sophomore athlete Shane Morris had been diagnosed with a concussion after he took a hit to the chin during Saturday’s game, Brandon revealed that Morris did appear to have sustained one.
Snyder remains mum on the topic, saying only:”There’s times that…
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