Brady Hoke: Shane Morris is ‘doing great’


There has been a lot of controversy surrounding Michigan Wolverines’ head coach Brady Hoke and whether or not he should have continued playing quarterback Shane Morris with what appeared to be a concussion in the Wolverines’ loss to the Minnesota Golden Gophers last week.

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Hoke has come under fire for that decision and Michigan’s 2-3 record.

On Wednesday, Hoke, speaking during his weekly radio show in Ann Arbor, said Morris was “doing great” and “attitude-wise he’s fantastic.”

“He’s doing great, he’s doing wonderful,” Hoke said via Patrick Record of “I don’t like to talk about injuries, but from a health point of view he’s doing great.

“Attitude-wise he’s fantastic.”

Of course, what else is Hoke going to say at this point?

Morris has since been diagnosed with a sprained ankle and won’t play when Michigan travels to Rutgers to take on the Scarlet Knights.

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