WolverineNation Roundtable 

August, 2, 2012
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We’re less than a week from the start of fall camp so we’re bringing back the weekly roundtable, when Tom, Mike and Chantel debate three issues surrounding Michigan athletics. This week they talk fall camp, the 2014 recruiting class and Michigan athletes in the Olympics.

1.) Fall camp starts Monday, which means we'll get to hear from Brady Hoke Monday night. What do you think will be the main thing he stresses about the first day of the season?

Michael Rothstein: Simple. How they aren't there yet and aren't close. It was pretty much his mantra -- and Greg Mattison's mantra -- throughout most of last season. I don't expect that to change. There's not much you can really glean out of the first day of camp, at least not until there are pads put on midweek and coaches really have a chance to evaluate. But it doesn't mean those questions won't be asked. But the answer: "They have a long way to go." Whether they actually do or not.
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