Brady Hoke is fired by Michigan in his fourth year at the school.
Hoke and interim athletic director Jim Hackett met today about the future of the football coach.
Hoke’s status has been in question since Michigan’s poor start to this season, and the Wolverines ended up going 5-7. This was his fourth year at the helm of one of college football’s most storied programs. Hackett took over as the athletic director when Dave Brandon resigned at the end of October.
Since going 11-2 in Hoke’s first season as Michigan’s coach, the Wolverines have slipped each year. Over the last three seasons, Michigan is 20-18.
The Wolverines have missed the postseason three times in the last seven years under Hoke and Rich Rodriguez.
Although Hoke took Michigan to the Sugar Bowl in his initial season, the team has not come close to those heights since. This resulting in him being…
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