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Former Michigan QB Michael Taylor On State Of Program: 'Not Going In Right Direction, Leadership Is Bad'

The past three to four days have arguably been the worst of Brady Hoke's tenure at Michigan. 

The Wolverines fell to Utah Saturday in a mostly empty Big House, were then ripped by the school's club golf team, and on Monday, a photo surfaced of an embarrassing ticket selling promotion. 

The job security of Hoke, 28-15 through three-plus years at Michigan, is now in question. Tuesday morning, former Wolverine quarterback Michael Taylor, who played in the late 1980s for Bo Schembechler, appeared on 105.1 in Detroit, discussing the program. 

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Michigan, 2-2 this season with losses to the Utes and Notre Dame, certainly needs to rebound quickly if Hoke is going to stick around in Ann Arbor. 

The Wolverines face Minnesota Saturday at Michigan Stadium.