Brady Hoke will not be the next head coach at Central Michigan


Brady Hoke has been eliminated from contention, as it was determined there was "no fit between the two sides," according to a Detroit Free Press report. Hoke was considered a favorite for the job by many, thanks to the proximity of CMU to Hoke's former job at Michigan, combined with his reputation as a mid-major fixer-upper. Hoke becomes the third candidate eliminated this week, as Zach Azziani and Matt LeFleur have been considered out of the running.