Michigan Football: The Good and Bad of Wolverines' National Signing Day

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Michigan Football: The Good and Bad of Wolverines' National Signing Day
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Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines executed a nearly-flawless national signing day.

If you were hoping for a fun-filled, dramatic, down-to-the-wire national signing day for Michigan Wolverines football recruiting, you were shortchanged. 

Why?

It was boring. 

It was bland. 

It was likely exactly the way Wolverines coach Brady Hoke intended it to be: no shocks, surprise-free, easygoing and relatively absent of stress. 

That was the good part. 

Wait a minute...that may have been the bad part. 

Either way it's cut, however you choose to dissect it, national signing day was a grand success for Hoke and Co., who secured a fourth-ranked 2013 class, according to 247Sports' composite rankings.

Let's run down some of the main talking points of the day. Maybe that will provide the dramatics you were hoping for. 

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