Quick hits from Brady Hoke's Big Ten call 

November, 8, 2011
Just got done with Brady Hoke's weekly 10 minutes with the league media. Here are some things that stood out, including another question about the Junior Hemingway catch/non-catch at the end of the Iowa game.

Here are the highlights, in convenient bullet form:

  • On the Hemingway catch/non-catch, which Hoke said he still hasn't received a full explanation for and the Big Ten told WolverineNation on Monday it won't comment on judgment calls: "To be honest with you, we’re past that. We moved passed it Sunday as a team. We can think it was a catch but there are guys who have different angles."
  • On Penn State and Joe Paterno: "I’m not going to really address that. I said it yesterday, it’s an unfortunate situation but it’s not my place to make judgment on it because who knows the facts. My concern is Michigan and this program and getting ready to play a very good Illinois team."
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