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Legends Of The Fall: Univ. Of Michigan To Honor Three More Former Football Players
Published June 13, 2012
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KEEPING IT REAL: The DETROIT FREE PRESS' Snyder wrote UM banning football players from using Twitter "isn't realistic." Hoke said, "You can ban, then are you teaching guys responsibility just because you're banning? What's the lesson? We want them to grow and understand, and (the media) know more than I do with Twitter and all that stuff. I think there's a maturity that goes along with it." The issue was raised after UM recruit Logan Tuley-Tillman posted a photo on Twitter of him "burning his OSU recruiting letter" (DETROIT FREE PRESS, 6/9).