Brady Hoke has been fired as a head coach of Michigan.
Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple media outlets are reporting that Brady Hoke has been dismissed from his head coaching duties at Michigan. Per ESPN:

Hackett formally announced his decision to fire the Wolverines' head coach shortly after Hoke shared the news with his team Tuesday afternoon. Hoke ends his four-year tenure in Ann Arbor with a 31-20 record. Hackett said the universal respect players and peers held for Hoke made his choice a difficult one.

"This was not an easy decision," Hackett said. "Everywhere I go there is zero question about Brady's values."

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Well every year they open with App State ....their coach gets fired.
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