Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Brady Hoke is the new Michigan Head Football Coach.

Brady Hoke has been hired as the 19th Head Football Coach by the Michigan Wolverines.

From the Official Michigan Twitter page...
 Michigan football has a new head coach. Welcome back to Ann Arbor Mr. Brady Hoke.  

Hoke led San Diego State to a 9-4 record in 2010, his second year at the helm of the Aztecs, leading them to a win in the Pointsettia Bowl, 35-14, over Navy.

Hoke was given his first assistant coaching job by then Michigan coach Bo Schembechler in 1980, and also coached for the Wolverines from 1995-2002.

Michigan conducted a national search after firing Rich Rodriguez last Wednesday.

Michigan will hold a press conference tomorrow, Wednesday, January 12th, @ 1PM.

1 comment:

  1. Go Blue! This is good news! Onward and forward.