Thursday October 9th, 2014

Michigan football is 2-4 this season, with a matchup against 4-1 Penn State looming on Saturday. So, to justify his $6 million annual salary, head coach Brady Hoke is doing a little work for the university on the side. Michigan students looking for help with navigating the daunting medical school application process can turn to Hoke for a little guidance.

Hoke appears in a slideshow on Michigan's career center website providing prospective med school applicants with helpful tips about the multiple mini interview process.

"Follow me and I'll show you how to succeed," a picture of Hoke says. 

What he means is, "Follow me and I'll show you how to get into the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl of medical schools."

Screenshot/umich.edu

 

Screenshot/umich.edu

Screenshot/umich.edu

Screenshot/umich.edu

Michigan's Brady Hoke claps forever on new website​

Of course, this is all pretty ironic, given the outrage over Hoke's handling of Shane Morris' health. Morris appeared to be concussed in a game against Minnesota, but Hoke left him in the game. Michigan's athletic director later issued a statement apologizing for how the situation was handled. 

- Dan Gartland

[via Reddit]

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