Michigan’s Brady Hoke talks about meaning of Notre Dame rivalry
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke joined the show to talk about the Notre Dame game this weekend.
Hoke talked about the impact of playing at night. “You want them to relax and have that individual time to think about playing their best football,” Hoke said. “But you don’t want them falling asleep for two hours.”
Dan asked Hoke if he had to adjust to Denard Robinson. Or did Robinson have to adjust to the new system.
“There’s a happy medium,” Hoke said, adding he likes to run a power game. “But there’s some thing we like Denard can do.”
Hoke gave Dan a glimpse of his pregame speech. Hoke talked about what the Notre Dame-Michigan rivalry means.
Perhaps most importantly, Hoke confirmed he’s worried that Seton may not make it through a full tailgate.