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Michigan Fire Brady Hoke – Who Comes Next?

Posted on 3 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

The inevitable and reasonable happened, as Michigan did what should have been done a long time ago and fired Brady Hoke. Now beings the race to find a head coach replacement. Jim Harbaugh and Les Miles are the usual names that come up, but also the most difficult to obtain. Dan Mullen, Gary Patterson and Butch Jones might be a bit easier to sign. More

Michigan Wolverines – Brady Hoke Is Going to be Fired

Posted on 2 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

Meeting with the Athletic Director a few days after a miserable season ended with a loss to their biggest rivals. Brady Hoke has done a terrible job these last three years with Michigan, and there’s a good chance he walks out of his meeting with Jim Hackett looking for a new job. More

Michigan Wolverines – Brady Hoke Somehow Still Hasn’t Been Fired

Posted on 1 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

Every time Michigan lose to their big rivals it’s a sad day, especially when it keeps them from going to a bowl game for the third time in the last seven years. Brady Hoke is responsible for the current failure, and yet despite it being quite clear of the awful job he’s been doing, he still hasn’t been fired. More

Ohio State Over Michigan – A Sad Way to Beat Your Rivals

Posted on 30 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

Despite beating Michigan 42-28, there were plenty of concerned faces among the Ohio State players and coaches. They’re going into the Big Ten championship game with quarterback J.T. Barrett, who dislocated his ankle and broke a bone in his leg, meaning he’s out of whatever remains of this season. More

Michigan Wolverines – Brady Hoke Will be Fired; Who Comes Next?

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

At the end of this season, regardless of the record and the bowl game they go to (if they actually make it), Michigan will fire Brady Hoke. Who replaces him? A lot of familiar names, like Jim Harbaugh and Les Miles, are being thrown out there. Most of them don’t make much sense. More

Michigan State Beat Michigan – Humiliating Their Rivals Once Again

Posted on 26 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

It’s been a long time since Michigan State were the ranked team while Michigan were going into this game just hoping not to get humiliated. Like everything for this program under Brady Hoke over the last two or three years, they failed to even walk away respectably, losing 35-11 as the Spartans kept coming at them in the fourth quarter, feeling like they were teaching the Wolverines a lesson. More

Michigan Over Penn State – Delaying the Inevitable

Posted on 12 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

After three consecutive losses, Michigan and Brady Hoke finally win a game, beating Penn State 18-13 despite having another quarterback, Devin Gardner this time, playing banged up and hobbled almost the entire game. More

San Francisco 49ers – Jim Harbaugh Isn’t Going Anywhere, for now

Posted on 7 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

It’s October 7, 2014, and Brady Hoke is somehow still the head coach of Michigan. When, not if he leaves, has nothing to do with Jim Harbaugh, who isn’t leaving the San Francisco 49ers for the time being, and certainly not to a football program that’s been on the way down for a very long time. More

Michigan Wolverines – Brady Hoke Somehow Still Has a Job

Posted on 5 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

There’s a chance the officials had something to do with Rutgers beating Michigan 26-24 and the Amarah Draboh catch that was ruled incomplete, but Brady Hoke remains someone fighting for his job without a chance of keeping it or making the football program any better. Maybe it’s not respectful, but keeping him any longer is just bad for both sides. More

College Football Rumors – Michigan Closer to Firing Brady Hoke

Posted on 1 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

For taking the Michigan football program and making it look worse each year. For the embarrassing start to the 2014 season. For the way he handled and maybe lied about the Shane Morris concussion. Brady Hoke isn’t a good fit, and at some point very soon, the men making the decisions for the university will realize that and act on it. More