Wolverine talk: Brady Hoke's not discussing his quarterback situation, but we will
ANN ARBOR -- On three separate occasions Wednesday, Brady Hoke offered the same comment on Denard Robinson's status for Saturday.
"I'm not giving a day to day update on it," he said repeatedly.
The Michigan football coach isn't talking about his quarterback situation, and isn't coming anywhere close to naming a starter -- whether it be Robinson or Devin Gardner -- for Saturday's home game against Northwestern (12 p.m., ESPN).
The only thing he would confirm is that Jack Kennedy, not Russell Bellomy, is currently his No. 3 quarterback.
In any event, the leader of Michigan's offense remains up in the air as Saturday draws close -- and, just like last week, it'll likely remain that way until kickoff.
So let's talk about it.
MLive.com Wolverines writers Kyle Meinke and Nick Baumgardner will be here at 12 p.m. to take any Michigan football questions you have -- quarterback-related or otherwise.
Drop a question or a thought in the comments section below and join the conversation.