Ex-Michigan coach Hoke lands radio gig
Finally, some news about a Michigan football coach. Well, a former Michigan football coach.
Brady Hoke will be joining Sirius XM radio to co-host a college football show starting Aug. 18, the station released on Thursday.
— SXM College Sports (@SiriusXMCollege) August 13, 2015
The show will air twice a week from 4-7 p.m. and will be hosted alongside Mark Packer.
Hoke was fired by Michigan after failing to lead the program to a bowl game in 2014. In four years in Ann Arbor, Hoke’s win total decreased in every season. The high point of his tenure came in his first year when he led the Wolverines to a Sugar Bowl victory.
Jim Harbaugh took over the program following Hoke’s departure and is looking to turn the Wolverines around in his first season.