Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke will become Oregon’s defensive coordinator.

By SI Wire
January 16, 2016

Oregon has hired former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke as its defensive coordinator, the school announced Saturday.

Hoke spent four years as coach of the Wolverines. He compiled a record of 31–20 from 2011–14, and was named Big Ten coach of the year in 2011.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Coach Hoke to the Oregon family,” Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said in a statement. “He's passionate, knowledgeable and tough, and has an outstanding track record of success from a defensive standpoint.”

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