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The SDSU Football Podcast Episode 32: Aztecs Head Coach Brady Hoke

East Village Times staff writers Andre Haghverdian and Paul Garrison are here to talk about the latest in SDSU Aztecs Football. – Interview with SDSU Head Coach (1:12) – Takeaways from the interview (14:15) – Recap of Special Teams Season Preview episodes and articles (23:00) Listen to the Podcast here:
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Brady Hoke previews SDSU Fall Camp

SDSU Aztecs football opens fall camp on August 5. As part of the East Village Times’ ongoing preview of the upcoming season, we connected with Aztec head coach Brady Hoke for an exclusive interview. Below are five storylines to follow as the Montezumans start their 100th football season on...
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Brady Hoke: "It's where you finish not where you start."

Day 1 of the Mountain West's Media Days took place on Wednesday, and the conference's preseason rankings were released. The Aztecs were picked to finish second in the West Division behind only Fresno State. The Bulldogs received 160 points and 20 first place votes, while the Aztecs received 148 points and 8 first place votes.
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Giants news, 6/23: SDSU coach Brady Hoke breaks down TE Daniel Bellinger

“He’s a competitor. He’s going to be physical. He’s going to have a mindset that those 50-50 balls, whatever you want to call them, he’s going to fight like hell to come down with the football, said Hoke on the “Giants Huddle” podcast discussing Bellinger’s skill set as both a blocker and a receiver.

Brady Hoke joined John Kentera

San Diego State Aztecs Head Football Coach Brady Hoke talked about how the Aztecs looked during Spring Ball, and their excitement for kicking off their 100th season in their brand new stadium in the fall.

PPR Podcast: SDSU Head Football Coach Brady Hoke

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On Episode 24 of the PPR Podcast Papa Pig, Paul Rudy, and PPR Co-Host, Burt Grossman talked with San Diego State University Head Coach, Brady Hoke. Listen to this Podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Prep Pigskin Report Instagram and Twitter. KUSIPPR Paul Rudy Instagram...

Brady Hoke: San Diego State 'one of my favorite teams I've ever been around' after program-record 12 wins

San Diego State prevailed Tuesday evening against UTSA in a battle of 10-plus win teams at the Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl, as the No. 24 Aztecs posted a 38-24 win against the Roadrunners. For San Diego State head coach Brady Hoke, it was his first time coaching a team to a bowl game victory since he guided Michigan to a Sugar Bowl victory against Virginia Tech in January 2012.
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Brady Hoke previews Frisco Bowl & National Signing Day

With the Frisco Bowl being 1 week away and National Signing Day being 24 hours away, Aztecs head coach Brady Hoke met with the media to give his thoughts on each event, including the latest update on his starting QB.

San Diego State head coach Brady Hoke rakes in prestigious Mountain West honor

Former Michigan coach Brady Hoke is earning recognition for the terrific job he’s done this season with San Diego State. Hoke was named the Mountain West Coach of the Year for guiding No. 19 San Diego State to an 11-1 record. Hoke coached at Michigan from 2011-14, with previous time...
The Grand Rapids Press

Ex-Michigan coach Brady Hoke named Mountain West Coach of the Year

Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke has been honored for leading San Diego State to its best record in program history. The 63-year-old was named the Mountain West Coach of the Year on Wednesday after the 19th-ranked Aztecs finished 11-1 during the regular season. They will face Utah State in the conference championship game at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Aztecs dominate Mountain West awards — led by Cameron Thomas, Matt Araiza and Brady Hoke

San Diego State stood out in two phases this season — defense and special teams — and it was recognized when all-conference football teams were announced Tuesday by the Mountain West. Player of the Year awards went to defensive end Cameron Thomas and punter Matt Araiza in balloting by conference coaches and selected media members.