Michigan head coach Brady Hoke doesn't anticipate coaching staff changes for the next season.
DETROIT - Michigan football coach Brady Hoke said today that while his program struggled this season, he does not expect changes to his staff in the wake of a subpar 3-5 Big Ten record.
Hoke confirmed to reporters today after a UAW/Ford Child Identity Program event in Detroit that he anticipates his coaching staff to return, following a 7-5 regular season and Saturday's one-point loss to No. 2 Ohio State in Ann Arbor.
Hoke also said he does not anticipate any staff changes for next season.
Michigan's offense struggled this season, and the Wolverines finished fifth in the six-team Legends Division. The Wolverines will learn Sunday which bowl game they will play in.
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