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Michigan's Brady Hoke: 'I don't make decisions on who plays'

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The coach addressed the media following controversy over an apparent head injury suffered by quarterback Shane Morris.

Leon Halip

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke addressed the controversy surrounding his handling of quarterback Shane Morris' apparent head injury during the Wolverines' loss to Minnesota, telling gathered press Morris' injury was a high ankle sprain.

Hoke repeatedly said the decision to leave Morris in the game was not in his hands, but rather in the quarterback's and those of the medical staff.

The coach said no evidence of a head injury has been found, but was also uncertain if any tests were done during the game in the first place.

The coach showed no regret for how the situation was handled, suggesting no changes will be made in Michigan's policy.