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Michigan Football Opens Fall Camp With 'Chippy' Practice

Fall practice is underway for the Michigan Wolverines, which are getting ready for their season-opening game against Alabama.


The Michigan football team kicked off fall camp on Monday with its first practice of the summer. The Wolverines are getting ready for the 2012 season and especially the season-opening game against Alabama on Sept. 1, and Monday's practice signaled the start of their preparations.

According to head coach Brady Hoke, the first practice of camp was "chippy," but that's just how he likes it.

Because practice isn't open to the media, updates on what went on during Monday's session are scarce. However, Hoke did provide several interesting tidbits to the media after practice:

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