Michigan Football Spring Game: Much Work Still to Be Done
The Brady Hoke Era began on Saturday with Michigan's annual spring game at The Big House. And while Hoke Springs Eternal around Ann Arbor these days, the spring game certainly proved one thing -- thre is still much to be done with the Michigan football program.
The defense looked a bit better, but tackling was a bit off at times.
After an initial 55-yard run, quarterback sensation Denard Robinson looked very average against a below average defense while operating out of the new pro-set offense.
It will be interesting to see how much improvement Hoke and defensive coordinator Greg Mattison can make over the next three-plus months before camp opens up.
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