Report: Brady Hoke expected to join Tennessee as defensive assistant

Former Michigan football coach Brady Hoke is reportedly set to join the Tennessee coaching staff as a defensive assistant.

The report came Monday morning from Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports.

Last season, Hoke spent his time on the sidelines serving as the defensive coordinator of the Oregon Ducks. It wasn’t a successful stint, but he was still able to turn that job into another coaching gig.

SOURCE: Former #Michigan head coach Brady Hoke is expected to become the new D-line coach at #Tennessee.

— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 6, 2017

Hoke previously served as Michigan head coach from 2011-14 where he earned Big Ten Coach of the Year honors in his first season.

At Tennessee, Hoke is expected to serve as the new defensive line coach.

Hoke has previous experience coaching defensive lines at Western Michigan, Oregon State, and Michigan.

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