Hoke was 13-12 in his first stint as coach of the Aztecs in 2009-10 before returning to Ann Arbor, where he was an assistant coach from 1995-2002.
He went 11-2, beat Ohio State, won the Sugar Bowl and was named national coach of the year in his first season at Michigan, but it went downhill from there.
Hoke’s second Michigan team went 8-5 followed by a 7-6 season and a 5-7 campaign that ended with his firing.
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In 2017, he served as defensive coordinator at Oregon followed by a season as defensive line coach and then interim head coach at Tennessee.
He coached the defensive line for the Carolina Panthers in 2018 before taking the same position at SDSU prior to last season.
Long retired Wednesday following a nine-year tenure at SDSU in which he won 81 games and three Mountain West championships.