There is nothing wrong with Hoke.

Submitted by Thorin on December 18th, 2011 at 11:42 AM

Edit: He was just shaking his leg. I wouldn't be too concerned. Must have had a lot of coffee or something. -Heiko

Thanks Heiko.

Comments

Michichick

December 18th, 2011 at 2:04 PM ^

Restless legs syndrome is not just an expression, it's a real neurological condition that causes an uncontrollable need to move the legs to calm sensations of creeping, tingling or pain. How completely irresponsible for anyone here to speculate that Coach suffers from what can be a debilitating medical condition.

He was bouncing his legs, which lots of people do. His hands were in his lap, so his arms were bouncing too.

Quit the unqualified, armchair diagnoses. It is destructive.

VaUMWolverine

December 18th, 2011 at 2:07 PM ^

When I go outside and completely exhaust myself (mowing, shoveling) and then come inside and sit down, my hands, arms and legs shake like that. He's definitely, tired. He needs a well-earned vacay from football and recruiting for a few days and then he'll be back and better than ever. Theres nothing wrong with him.

bacon1431

December 18th, 2011 at 2:28 PM ^

I've been doing that in classrooms, in the pew at church, at home on the couch and at the dentist's office for my whole life. I better get this shit checked out.

Eck Sentrik

December 18th, 2011 at 5:01 PM ^

I've suffered from Restless Leg Syndrome all of my life. It's not debilitating and it doesn't make you shake the hell out of your legs making your whole body spasm. It's incredibly difficult to describe which is probably why they never even had a name for it until recently. It's just a strange impulse that shoots through your nerves that you have to move your legs to relieve. I said suffered but at the most, it's probably caused me a half dozen sleepless nights in my 40 years.