ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Michigan coach Brady Hoke says there's no doubt his team got better last week. The Wolverines came back from a 14-point, second-half deficit to win 24-21 at Connecticut a week after barely holding on to beat Akron. Following the victory over the Mid-American Conference Zips, Hoke lamented that his team didn't improve. Hoke says he came away with a much different feeling from the closely contested win against the Huskies. No. 18 Michigan has slipped in The Associated Press college football poll the past two weeks despite staying undefeated. Clearly, the Wolverines have work to do and they've got time to do it. They don't play a game this week, giving them time to focus on fundamentals and to get some rest before hosting Minnesota in their Big Ten opener.