Feb. 17, 2012
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke and the Wolverines coaching staff will host the annual Michigan Football Coaches Clinic Thursday through Saturday, March 29-31.
"The clinic is always a great time because you're surrounded by other coaches who enjoy teaching football and whose passion it is to help develop our youth," said Hoke. "This year's clinic lineup features some of the region's best high school and college football coaches, and our entire staff is available in chalk talk sessions and on-the-field demonstrations."
The clinic includes three days of Wolverines spring practices starting Thursday, March 29. The clinic will begin in Schembechler Hall on Thursday and continue in the U-M Indoor Track Building on Friday, with practices being held in Glick Field House. Saturday's clinic will be held in the Junge Family Champions Center and will conclude with practice at Michigan Stadium. Practice locations will be dictated by weather conditions.
On Thursday, members of the Michigan coaching staff will hold breakout sessions following practice. On Friday, select high school coaches will speak prior to lunch, and following a strength and conditioning overview by Aaron Wellman and breakout sessions with members of the video, equipment and athletic training staffs, members of the Michigan coaching staff will speak and run field demonstrations. Friday evening will include presentations by Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison and offensive coordinator Al Borges and will conclude with chalk talks with the entire Michigan coaching staff.
The clinic costs $50 per coach and may be paid online at MichiganCoachesClinic.com. A complete schedule with speakers is available on the site.
For more information on the clinic, call 734-763-4422 or email the football program at email@example.com.
Media Contact: Justin Dickens (734) 763-4423
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