ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Michigan coach Brady Hoke spoke calmly, the weight of a blowout loss at Notre Dame seemingly off his shoulders after the Wolverines' home win over Miami (Ohio).
That doesn't mean he isn't concerned about this weekend's opponent: The high-flying Utah Utes.
"It was good to win," Hoke said Monday. "The effort was very good from our team. We certainly always have things we've got to do better and we will do better. But the hardworking aspect of it, I thought some guys who stepped in in critical spots gained some valuable experience and confidence."