today's college sports links: Brady Hoke, Michigan football building recruiting in state; Tim Hardaway Jr. not relying on name to carry him and more
Michigan football coach Brady Hoke wasn't kidding about reclaiming a heavy recruiting-hand in the state of Michigan.
In fact, in the first full week after National Signing Day, the Wolverines have made offers to six in-state prospects, reports Josh Helmholdt in an article for the Detroit Free Press.
Three of the offers were to Farmington Hills Harrison players: wide receiver Aaron Burbridge, tight end Devin Funchess and defensive end Mario Ojemudia.
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- Detroit News: MSU's Kirk Cousins, Michigan's David Molk ranked for 2012 NFL draft
- ESPN.com: Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg tackles the NU-NU dilemma
- ESPN.com: Cam Newton lands lucrative endorsement deal
- Rivals.com: Is MSU among teams that could struggle to match last season's success?
- SI.com: Gamecocks' three-year courtship of Clowney pays off with signing
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- AnnArbor.com: Michigan preparing for its tallest test of the season
- AnnArbor.com: U-M coach John Beilein and Jordan Morgan break down facing Illinois
- Detroit Free Press: Michigan's Tim Hardaway Jr. not relying on name to carry him
- Detroit News: Wolverines' walk-ons' unselfish ways uplift team
- Grand Rapids Press: MSU takes some encouragement out of loss to Ohio State