Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke to host radio show



Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke is making a return to college football, at least to some capacity.

Shown the door at Schembechler Hall after a 5-7 campaign in 2014, Brady Hoke will now host SiriusXM’s College Sports Today with Mark Packer during the season. According to the station, Hoke will make his debut on the channel this Tuesday between 4PM and 7PM eastern time and be on the air two times a week.

Hoke who finished his tenure with the Wolverines at 31-20 commented on his new gig with SiriusXM.

“SiriusXM College Sports Nation is an outstanding place for those of us who have been involved in the game to connect with fans and talk about everything happening in the world of college football,” Hoke said in a release. “I’m excited to join the SiriusXM team and begin working with Mark Packer.”

Hoke took over for the ousted Rich Rodriguez back in 2011 guiding Michigan to a 11-2 record his first season and a Sugar Bowl win over Virginia Tech. Things quickly went south though for Hoke who continually brought in high-ranking recruiting classes but failed to transition the talent to the football field.

Since leaving Michigan, Hoke has been relatively quiet on the coaching front. His name was brought up in the Oregon State coaching search and there was a rumor circulated that he could join Brian Kelly’s staff at Notre Dame. That of course never came to fruition.

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