February 12, 2013
Hoke, Michigan will adjust to nine or 10-game slate
The Big Ten announced Monday it will adopt either a nine- or 10-game conference schedule when the league expands by two, adding Rutgers and Maryland, in 2014. Michigan head coach Brady Hoke isn't sure how he feels about the change, but he'll play whatever the Big Ten tells him he must.
"I think with nine games there is some push back because every other year you'll have one less home game in the league, but I think you make up for it [with a financial windfall]," he said while speaking to a few reporters during a short break in the Michigan Football Alumni Network Dinner.
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