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."
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