Brady Hoke may not be out of work for very long. According to a report by Josh Newberg of 24/7 Sports, Oregon State has reached out to the former Michigan coach in regards to its head coaching vacancy.
Source tells me Oregon State has made contact with Brady Hoke about their head coaching job.
— Josh Newberg (@joshnewberg247) December 8, 2014
Longtime Beavers coach Mike Riley left the school on Dec. 4 to become Nebraska’s head coach. In his 14 years in Corvallis, Riley compiled a 93-80 record.
Michigan fired Hoke after four years at the university on Dec. 2. Prior to joining the Wolverines, Hoke was the head coach at Ball State and San Diego State, and he has a career head coaching record of 78-70. He also has some ties to Oregon State, has Hoke was the school’s defensive line coach from 1989 to 1994 under Dave Kragthorpe and Jerry Pettibone.
If Oregon State were to offer the job to Hoke and he accepted, make sure you circle Sept. 12, 2015 on your calendars, because the Beavers travel to Ann Arbor to take on Michigan.