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Michigan Fires Brady Hoke

The Michigan Wolverines have fired head coach Brady Hoke.

Hoke got off to a good start in his first season at Michigan, going 11-2 and leading the Wolverines to a 23-20 Sugar Bowl win over Virginia Tech. It was the first BCS bowl game since 2006, but Hoke could never return to a BCS game.

Brady Hoke has led Michigan to a 20-18 record since 2012, with the Wolverines missing a bowl game this season.

Hoke was the coach at Ball State from 2003-2008 and at San Diego State from 2009-2010.

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