ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan’s players must have felt pretty good about themselves at the end of last season. The Wolverines won 11 games, captured the Sugar Bowl championship and ended a seven-year losing streak to Ohio State.
But head coach Brady Hoke delivered some sobering news in the first team meeting after the Sugar Bowl in January. Team 132, he told the players, failed.
“It probably surprised some of them a little bit,” Hoke told ESPN.com about that message he delivered.
Continue reading at ESPN.com – Big Ten Blog