Notes from Hoke's Big Ten media call 

October, 18, 2011
10/18/11
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For the second straight day, Michigan coach Brady Hoke said his junior quarterback, Denard Robinson, will be fine after being knocked out of Saturday's 28-14 loss to Michigan State. Hoke again said he took a hit in the back, but that he was already feeling better Monday.

And while Hoke said Monday he backed Robinson as his starting quarterbacks, he was asked on his theory of rotating quarterbacks on Tuesday. Michigan has done some of that this year with playing Devin Gardner snaps at quarterback.

He's not a huge fan.
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