Molk, Martin, Robinson named All-Big Ten 

November, 28, 2011
Michigan coach Brady Hoke has spent a lot of his first season at the school preaching the importance of the team. After Monday's all-Big Ten selections were announced, that emphasis has come even more into focus.

Despite a 10-2 regular season record, just four Michigan players were named to either the first-or-second teams selected by the coaches and the media.

Senior center David Molk, who also won the inaugural Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year Award, was named to the coaches first team and media second team.
Communication Breakdown At Michigan
Brad Edwards and Joey Galloway react to Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon's comments that the Wolverines' football program made mistakes because of a serious lack of communication while dealing with QB Shane Morris' head injury.