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Report: Michigan Has Fired Head Coach Brady Hoke

Brady Hoke's time in Ann Arbor is reportedly over. According to Sam Webb of GoBlueWolverine and Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, the university has decided to fire Hoke after the Wolverines finished 5-7 this year with a 3-5 mark in the Big Ten.

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— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB)

Brady Hoke has been told he is out as head coach at #Michigan, source just told @FoxSports

— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 2, 2014

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It was reported on Monday that Hoke would learn about his status with the school during a meeting with athletic director Jim Hackett today, and that Michigan would announce his status during a press conference today at 4:30 P.M. EST.

Hoke was hired as Michigan's head coach in 2011. After going 11-2 and winning the Sugar Bowl during his first season in Ann Arbor, the Wolverines' record got worse every year, and he compiled a 31-20 record with an 18-14 conference mark during his time with the maize and blue.

There is no word on any potential names that the university will target to replace Hoke.