A Brady Hoke Press Conference followed on Tuesday January 11, 2011 after the Michigan Wolverines announced he was their new football coach. In the Brady Hoke Press Conference the new coach expressed all he wishes is to restore dominance for his team i.e. Michigan Wolverines.
University of Michigan have finalized a deal with 52-year-old Brady Hoke and hired him as their football team’s new head coach on January 11. Following the announcement, the former San Diego State coach Brady held the above noted press conference to share his plans with media. Brady Hoke happens to be 19th coach hired by the Michigan football team in the entire football history of 131 years.
According to the athletic coach of the University of Michigan Mr. Dave Brandon, there were several interviews conducted with various coaches prior to selecting Brady. He further informed his search for a right person to make out the Michigan football team finally ended on Brandy Hoke. Following the numerous face-to-face meetings with various candidates, Brady proved the right choice.
Brady Hoke’s contract with the San Diego State was worth $3,525,000 signed in December 2008. Brady thus coached the San Diego for as many as two seasons under his aforementioned five-year contract. Being the new coach, Brady is ready for the intimidating task ahead; fix a course which is currently in chaos both on and off the playing tracks.
The Michigan Wolverines had been looking for a person that would bring drastic changes in the university’s program. Over the past three years, things were not good ever since Rich Rodriguez acquired the charge.