Fergodsakes the Website

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Welcome to Fergodsakes.com, a site about University of Michigan football coaches and former Michigan football players who have become coaches at the college level or in the NFL.

Be sure to check out the M Players From the Past Now Coaching database, as well as the Hoke Coaching Tree database. Which former Michigan players are now coaching with the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants? Who from the 1997 M team is currently coaching at the college level or in the NFL? Where are they coaching? How long have they been there? What was Michigan’s record against the Buckeyes during the time Les Miles was with the Wolverines? To borrow a phrase from Brady Hoke, what Team Number did Jim Harbaugh play on during his final season wearing the winged helmet? Take a look right here.

Ever wonder who Brady Hoke’s Defensive Coordinators have been throughout his entire Head Coaching career? Or who was on his staff at Ball State in 2003? What are those men up to today? The information is just a click away.

There are plans for additional coaching trees, as well as plans for regular features. In addition, there will be Hoke-isms, links to various articles on Brady Hoke, and information on the men coaching on the Michigan sideline each fall.

This Is Michigan, Fergodsakes!


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Michigan Women’s Basketball, Fergodsakes

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New Michigan Women’s Basketball Coach Kim Barnes-Arico at her introductory press conference in April, 2012 – some 15 months after Brady Hoke was hired – had this to say, Fergodsakes:


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Recruit Ondre Pipkins, Fergodsakes

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Here is recruit Ondre Pipkens, who signed his Letter of Intent in February, 2012:


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Friars Club, Fergodsakes

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The University of Michigan Friars Club held its annual Study Break Concert just before Final Exams in December 2011. This parody/tribute to Denard Robinson also has a nice, “This is Michigan, Fergodsakes,” around the 2:35 mark.


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