Short sleeves? No problem for Hoke 

November, 24, 2011
Brady Hoke walked into his final Wednesday press conference of the regular season wearing something no one has seen on the sidelines: a long-sleeved, dri-fit Michigan shirt.

It isn't the texture of the shirt but something else -- the sleeves. Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow will force Hoke into wearing those dreaded sleeves on the sideline. He prefers to wear his sleeves short on game day.

"Always have. Practice. Games. I'd like to wear shorts, if they'd let me," Hoke said. "I honestly don't get cold. I have a lot of insulation, so I don't get cold."
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