Brady Hoke is reportedly heading to the SEC.

According to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman, the former Michigan coach will become Tennessee’s new defensive line coach:

That came after a season in which Hoke struggled as Oregon’s defensive coordinator. Hoke only spent one year in Eugene, and he was let go after Mark Helfrich was fired.

Hoke was given a harsh send-off from Oregon president Michael H. Schill, who told the new coaching staff to “go out and find a great defensive coordinator.”

This will be Hoke’s third job since he was fired at Michigan after the end of the 2014 season. Hoke spent 2015 co-hosting a Sirius XM radio show.

At Tennessee, Hoke will get to work alongside former Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop, who left the Lions after the 2015 seasons.