Hoke takes Michigan back to the future 

February, 6, 2013
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There is no DeLorean in this story, but Michigan coach Brady Hoke is attempting to take his football team back to the future, in a sense.

Hoke wants to create his own identity, but through recruiting he and his staff are attempting to recreate some of the old Michigan ways on the field. With big, burly offensive linemen, bruising running backs, tall wide receivers and defensive linemen who don’t quit, Hoke also is hoping to replicate the winning ways of old.

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