Sean Merriman, web editor, October 4, 2014

Michigan's struggles continued on Saturday in a 26-24 loss to Rutgers at High Point Solutions Stadium. With the loss, the Wolverines dropped to 2-4 on the season, marking the first time the program has started 0-2 in Big Ten play since 1967.


Michigan coach Brady Hoke addressed the media following Saturday's loss to the Scarlet Knights, and the reporters didn't hold back.

One question: Is Hoke worried about his job security?

?I don?t know. I don?t think about (that) stuff," he said. "I?ve got 115 sons. Every day is different. You get distractions all of the time. I know we?re going to do the right things for these kids.?

Another one: What do you tell a team that's lost three in a row?

"What do you tell them?" Hoke asked. "You've got to win the next one. You got to go back to work. That's what this is all about, developing a team."