Anyone following the Michigan Wolverines football team is well aware of Brady Hoke's chief goal. The third-year head coach is intent on one thing: winning the Big Ten championship.
A conference title would most likely require a win over archrival Ohio State, which could place Michigan on a path toward a national championship.
Accomplishing all three would instantaneously place Hoke among the small group of revered Michigan football coaches and most importantly return the Wolverines to college football's elite.
Let's see why Michigan should win a national crown in the not too distant future.