January 11, 2011 by staff
LES MILES, Jordy Hultberg, Sports Radio guy of the day for LSU and sometimes ESPN affiliate, is claiming that Miles is staying at LSU with a new contract. Randy Rosetta “The Advocate” is also tweeting that Miles will stay put. Shea Dixon, LSU Scout.com affiliate dude twitters that his best source Miles stay. Reports are 5/mil year.
Shortly after that broadcast news would not Miles took over as coach of Michigan head football and would rather stay at LSU for a seventh season, the Wolverines moved quickly to fill the vacancy in Ann Arbor.
The school announced Tuesday that San Diego State coach Brady Hoke has agreed to become the 19th head coach in the history of 131 years of the program Wolverines.
“We are pleased to announce the hiring of Brady,” Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon said in a statement released by the school. “It is an extraordinary coach and will be a great ambassador and leader for our football program. We look forward to having to build a championship program in the field and in the classroom.”
Hoke is a former assistant coach of Michigan who has spent the last eight years as head coach at both Ball State and San Diego State. He was named coach of the Mountain West this year after leading San Diego State to a record 9-4.
The school will officially Hoke in a news conference scheduled for 13 am on Wednesday AND.
Hoke replaces Rich Rodriguez, who was fired last week only three years in a six-year contract as coach at Michigan. Rodriguez went just 15-22 in his three seasons and did not beat his rivals from Ohio or Michigan State during his tenure.
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