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Brandon's statement exposes institutional dysfunction within Athletic Department

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY FOOTBALL BEAT

“What I can tell you is we would never, ever, put a guy on the field when there is a possibility with head trauma. We won't do that.”

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SportsMonday Column: Brady Hoke must be fired

McKenzie Berezin/Daily

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY FOOTBALL BEAT

Whether Michigan coach Brady Hoke witnessed what occurred on the field or not, it’s his job to know everything that goes on around his football team, with the health of players at the forefront of those responsibilities.

  • Monday news bullets: Brady Hoke addresses Morris criticism
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    Lev Facher: For Michigan, a golden opportunity to take the next step

    Allison Farrand/Daily

    BY LEV FACHER

    This year could be the year that Michigan fans take notice of the oft-overlooked “other” basketball team. It’s about time they do, just in time to watch the Wolverines make a leap 40 years in the making.

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    Football Recruiting

    Kinnel, other recruits could waver if Hoke fired

    Alejandro Zúñiga/Daily

    BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

    Tyree Kinnel, a four-star safety from Dayton, Ohio, says he isn’t considering other programs — as long as Brady Hoke and the rest of the staff remain at Michigan.

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    Five Things We Learned: Minnesota

    McKenzie Berezin/Daily

    BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

    Here are the five things we learned in Michigan’s second straight loss.

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    Michigan downs Spartans during final seconds in front of record crowd

    Teresa Mathew/Daily

    BY LAUREN BAGI

    Waldeck had a memorable night, assisting on the first goal before scoring the game-winning goal herself in the Wolverines’ 2-1 victory on Saturday.

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    Michigan offense bounces back from first-half struggles and penalties

    Vicki Liu/Daily

    BY AZALEA HINOJOSA

    Halftime made all the difference on Sunday afternoon for the Michigan field hockey team, who pulled off a hard-fought 2-1 win over Rutgers.

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    Michigan fends off Rutgers in front of alumnae on Facility Dedication Day

    Vicki Liu/Daily

    BY BEN KIM

    With alumnae from teams one to 41 in the stands for Facility Dedication Day, the pressure was heightened for the Michigan field hockey team to defend its home field. And the Wolverines didn’t disappoint.

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    Wolverines improving, but still trying to find the back of the net

    Luna Anna Archey/Daily

    BY AKSHAY BAMZAI

    The Michigan men’s soccer team’s offensive woes have been a storyline all season. And Sunday’s loss to No. 7 Penn State, the attack showed some signs of life, but it again failed to score a goal.

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    Dave Brandon releases statement addressing Shane Morris incident

    BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY FOOTBALL BEAT

    The release states that Morris was diagnosed with a "probable, mild concussion." Monday, coach Brady Hoke stated, "We would never, ever, if we thought a guy had a concussion, keep him in the game."

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    Paul Sherman/Daily

    Notebook: Despite Morris' injury, quarterback position being evaluated

    BY GREG GARNO

    Despite Michigan coach Brady Hoke’s admission that Morris’ injury kept him out of practice Monday, the Wolverines are still evaluating the quarterback position.

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    Paul Sherman/Daily

    Notebook: A healthy Lohan helps alleviate defensive question marks

    4 hours ago

    BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

    The players know it; the coaching staff knows it: defense is a major question mark heading into the upcoming season.

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    Football recruiting

    Recruiting Rundown: Sept. 30

    BY JUSTIN STERN

    Here’s a rundown of how the 11 current Michigan commits fared this past weekend in their high school games.

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    Football

    Monday news bullets: Brady Hoke addresses Morris criticism

    BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

    Michigan football coach Brady Hoke’s press conference Monday focused on the program’s handling of sophomore quarterback Shane Morris, who appeared to suffer a head injury in Saturday’s loss to Minnesota.

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    Paul Sherman/Daily

    The good (very little), the bad and the ugly from Michigan’s loss to Minnesota

    BY MAX COHEN

    The Michigan football team lost, 30-14, Saturday to Minnesota at Michigan Stadium. The team is now 2-3 this season and 0-1 in the Big Ten.

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    McKenzie Berezin/Daily

    Max Cohen: They don’t celebrate mediocrity at Michigan

    BY MAX COHEN

    In the Crisler Center parking lot, a group of men in their mid-60s ate cold cuts and drank beer Saturday morning. Forty-five years ago, they were Michigan’s heroes — Bo Schembechler’s first team.

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