Hoke does right by sitting Toussaint, Clark 

August, 6, 2012
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Brady HokeAndrew Weber/US PresswireBrady Hoke is sending a message by keeping Fitz Toussaint and Frank Clark out of practice.
Brady Hoke took a stand during the first practice of this Michigan football season Monday, but it had nothing to do with who was on the field for the Wolverines.

It had everything to do with who was off it.

By sitting Fitzgerald Toussaint and Frank Clark on Monday and not giving a definitive timetable for their return, Hoke is sending a message to everyone else on his roster. Doesn’t matter who you are, if you find yourself with serious legal issues, you aren’t going to practice or play.
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