Could Brady Hoke Be Central Michigan’s Next Coach?

Sports Illustrated is reporting that Central Michigan’s Dan Enos has stepped down from his position to be Arkansas’ offensive coordinator. CMU needs a replacement, and fast. This is strictly speculative but how about former Michigan coach Brady Hoke? Hoke, who is currently out of a job, has a history of recruiting the states of Michigan and […] The post Could Brady Hoke Be...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ranking the new head coaches in college football

What’s part of any attempt to set the table for the next college football season, while also taking into account what’s happened in the just-concluded season? There are many answers. One of them is a rankings list of all the head coaching hires from the latest winter spin on the carousel. Here we go: * 14 – DAVID BEATY, KANSAS Full and up-front disclosure: Beaty’s recruiting...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyrone Wheatley returns to Michigan Football; joins Harbaugh’s staff

Michigan football certainly won their bowl game this postseason in the hiring of Jim Harbaugh. (You might have heard a thing or two about it given all the excessively soft coverage and incessant promotion of the Harbaugh hire overshadowing the heart of college football bowl season). This past week, the focus for Michigan football has evolved to the program rounding out the Michigan...
Via The Sports Bank
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Michigan Coach Brady Hoke Has Finally Stopped Calling Ohio State “Ohio”

A change in jobs has resulted in a change in vocabulary for Brady Hoke.  Throughout the former Michigan coach’s tenure in Ann Arbor, Mich. (2011-14), Hoke failed to refer to Ohio State as “Ohio State.” The 56-year-old coach would call his rival school “Ohio,” despite there being an actual Ohio University. It was likely something that came from his distaste for the Buckeyes...
Via College Spun
17 days ago  |  Discuss

It’s too soon to call Jim Harbaugh the savior of Michigan Wolverines football

There’s little secret that around the Michigan football program there are a lot of people who see Jim Harbaugh as the savior of a Wolverines team that is down in the dumps. Just don’t count Harbaugh as part of that group, as he was asked about feeling like a savior and masterfully nixed those thoughts. One intrepid reporter asked Michigan’s newest head coach, “I wonder how...
Via Talking 10
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Harbaugh to Michigan Really a Guaranteed Success

Can Jim Harbaugh be a success running the Michigan program he once played for? (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) The term alma mater means nourishing mother in Latin, and while it has a variety of uses, it usually refers to the place where one went to school-particularly college. In that sense, the school was the nourishing mother, or the place where you were able to get the...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Florida Is Hiring Michigan Offensive Coordinator Doug Nussmeier To The Same Position

Jim McElwain is building quite the staff at Florida.  Last week, the Gators’ new coach poached Mississippi State defensive coordinator Geoff Collins to take over the same position at Florida. And this afternoon, McElwain appears to have hired an offensive coordinator.  According to a report by Sports Illustrated, Michigan offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier is set to be named...
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December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers Spent His Freshman Season Getting Absolutely Jacked

Not much went well for Michigan football this season.  The Wolverines went 5-7, lost to Ohio State for the 10th time in 11 games and coach Brady Hoke was fired at the conclusion of the regular season.  Jabrill Peppers’ body had a pretty good couple of months, at least. The true freshman defensive back, who missed most of the 2014 season with injuries, got absolutely jacked during...
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December 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Wolverines Must Prove ‘Michigan Man’ Term Has Been Phased Out With Actions

The Michigan Wolverines relieved Brady Hoke of his duties last week, but arguably, that was only the second biggest piece of news out of Ann Arbor. Interim Athletic Director Jim Hackett, speaking last Tuesday like a man who might have an inside track to removing that interim tag, also called on the term “Michigan Man” to be phased out as it relates to the search for Hoke’s...
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December 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Duke coach turned down Michigan job

According to a report by’s Gil Brandt, Michigan football targeted Duke head coach David Cutcliffe as a potential person to fill its head coaching vacancy. The university even went as far as offering the job to the 60-year-old Alabama native. However, Cutcliffe reportedly turned the Wolverines down, opting instead to stay in Durham and coach the Blue Devils. Was told...
Via College Spun
December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Umm ... awkward? Hoke attends Michigan banquet, gets standing O

  Less than a week after being fired by Michigan, Brady Hoke was seated front and center at the school's end-of-season football banquet. Hoke received a standing ovation from the room Monday night, along with heartfelt thanks from several of his players. Hoke was fired last Tuesday after the Wolverines went 5-7 in his fourth season as their coach. "This football team showed great...
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December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Oregon State reached out to Brady Hoke about job

Brady Hoke may not be out of work for very long. According to a report by Josh Newberg of 24/7 Sports, Oregon State has reached out to the former Michigan coach in regards to its head coaching vacancy. Source tells me Oregon State has made contact with Brady Hoke about their head coaching job. — Josh Newberg (@joshnewberg247) December 8, 2014 Longtime Beavers coach Mike...
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December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Fridays Future Huddle Reacts to Brady Hoke Being Fired

With Brady Hoke being let go from his position as Head Coach at Michigan this week, what did recruits think of the firing? Which current 2015 recruits won a big-time award this week? Find out in this Fridays version of "The Future Huddle."Recruits react to Brady Hoke being fired Let’s face it, we all knew that there was a good possibility that Brady Hoke would lose his job at...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Reaction to Brady Hoke Firing

Get the brooms out. Some of the biggest, most iconic football programs such as Florida and Michigan are letting go their coaches before the season even ends. I mean, it happens every single season. Most notably Mack Brown last season; he has been rumored for many head coaching opening such as Troy, Florida, and SMU (who hired Chad Morris). This concept of releasing your head coach...
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December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Podcast Debate: Who should be the Michigan Wolverines new head coach?

 Brady Hoke is out as the Michigan head coach.  Braden Gall, David Fox, Steven Lassan and Mitch Light debate the Michigan...
Via Athlon Sports
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Brady Hoke Out at Michigan

Sports Illustrated - College football's all-time winningest program is in need of a new coach. Michigan fired Brady Hoke on Tuesday after four seasons in Ann Arbor. Hoke’s final season at Michigan included losses to rivals Notre Dame, Michigan State and Ohio State as the Wolverines finished 5-7 (3-5 Big Ten) and fell short of bowl eligibility for the first time since 2009 and third...
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December 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Can Michigan Football recruiting recover in wake of Hoke firing?

Former head coach Brady Hoke Interim Michigan athletic director Jim Hackett officially announced the firing of Brady Hoke Tuesday. Possible head coaching replacements are now abuzz in the media, but one aspect of the Michigan Football Program that is being overlooked is recruiting. While Hoke was still the head coach, many notable recruits de-committed such as running back Mike...
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Fires Head Coach Brady Hoke After Disappointing 5-7 Season

Michigan has a long, storied history of winning football games. Brady Hoke hasn’t upheld that tradition recently, and now he’s out of a job. Michigan interim athletic director Jim Hackett announced Tuesday that the school has fired Hoke as head coach of the Wolverines. According to Hackett, the search for a new head coach will begin immediately. ...
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Outgoing: Chris Clark

Hours after Brady Hoke was let go from his coaching position at Michigan, 2015 Tight End commit Chris Clark took to twitter to announce that he was decommiting from the Wolverines. Photo Courtesy: 24/7 Sports  In a move that shouldn't shock anyone, Chris becomes the latest member of Michigan's 2015 class to decommit. Chris, who is rated as a 4* prospect according to Rivals, had...
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December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: 4-Star Tight End Recruit Chris Clark Decommits From Michigan After School Fires Brady Hoke

One of the crowned jewels of Michigan’s 2015 recruiting class has decommitted from the university. Chris Clark, a four-star tight end out of Connecticut, posted a message on Twitter saying that he has decided to re-open his recruitment because of Michigan’s “unfortunate coaching change” and the “unknown of who will take over the program.”
Via College Spun
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Sm-Hoke and Mirrors as Michigan moves on to next era, fires Brady Hoke

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect Author @TheCoachBart Head football coach Brady Hoke is out at Michigan … officially … which comes with all of the surprise of turning on the shower and getting wet. It’s a sad ending to a Michigan football era that seems perpetually sifting through its pockets to find change to put in the parking meter and coming up with nothing but lint...
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December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Sm-Hoke and Mirrors as Michigan moves on to the next era and fires Brady Hoke

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect Author @TheCoachBart Head football coach Brady Hoke is out at Michigan … officially … which comes with all of the surprise of turning on the shower and getting wet. It’s a sad ending to a Michigan football era that seems perpetually sifting through its pockets to find change to put in the parking meter and coming up with nothing but lint...
Via The Student Section
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan players tweet their support of fired Brady Hoke

Brady Hoke received a flurry of support from his players the day he was fired as head coach at Michigan after four years on the job. Hoke was canned Tuesday amid a 5-7 season that included losses to rivals Ohio State, Notre Dame and Michigan State. His record declined in every season he was head...Read More
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December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

5 names Michigan Wolverines need to consider in replacing Brady Hoke

For the better part of the last month it has become clear that the Michigan Wolverines were heading in a different direction for the football program. The resignation of athletic director Dave Brandon was the first big clue, and on Tuesday we got official word that Brady Hoke is out as the head coach at Michigan. So, all the attention turns to whom the Wolverines will be hiring as...
Via Talking 10
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Brady Hoke Releases A Very Classy Statement Regarding His Departure From Michigan

Brady Hoke grew up rooting for Michigan. A Ball State alumnus, he was an assistant coach for the Wolverines from 1995-2002. Then, in 2011, Hoke was hired to lead the program he loves so dearly.  Four years later, Hoke has been fired as the head coach of the Michigan football program. Despite this firing being incredibly expected and deserving, you can’t help but feel a little...
Via College Spun
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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