Michigan Football: What You Need to Know About the Wolverines' 2012 Coaches

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Michigan Football: What You Need to Know About the Wolverines' 2012 Coaches
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Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines have a staff that rival the nation's best.

The Michigan Wolverines exceeded all expectations in 2011 with an 11-2 overall record and a victory in the Allstate Sugar Bowl during head coach Brady Hoke's first season in Ann Arbor.

One of the primary reasons for Michigan's success a year ago was the fact that Hoke went out and got two of the best coordinators in all of college football by hiring Greg Mattison and Al Borges.

The Wolverines return plenty of talent in 2012, and even though there are some concerns along the offensive and defensive lines, the expectations for the team haven't changed because Hoke and his staff refuse to settle for anything less than a Big Ten championship.

Here's a look at some of the things you should know about Michigan's coaching staff heading into this season. 

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