Update: SiriusXM just sent out a correction to the release. Hoke's show will air from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. starting Tuesday.
Former Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke will be co-hosting a show on Sirius XM College Sports Nation, SiriusXM's 24/7 college sports channel, per a release.
Hoke will be joined by Mark Packer twice a week from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. twice a week throughout the college football season starting this Tuesday.
Here's the full press release from SiriusXM:
Former Michigan Coach Brady Hoke Joins SiriusXM
Will host twice a week on SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 84
NEW YORK – August 13, 2015 – Former Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke has joined the roster of hosts on SiriusXM College Sports Nation, SiriusXM’s 24/7 college sports channel.
Hoke will host SiriusXM College Sports Today twice a week (9:00 am – 12:00 pm ET) throughout the college football season alongside Mark Packer. He will make his debut on the channel this Tuesday, August 18.
SiriusXM College Sports Nation is available nationwide on channel 84 on satellite radios, on the SiriusXM app and online at SiriusXM.com.
"SiriusXM College Sports Nation is an outstanding place for those of us who have been involved in the game to connect with fans and talk about everything happening in the world of college football," said Hoke. "I’m excited to join the SiriusXM team and begin working with Mark Packer."
Hoke began his college coaching career in 1982 and would go on to earn Coach of the Year honors in three different conferences – the MAC (2008), Mountain West (2010) and Big Ten (2011). He began as an assistant at Grand Valley State, Western Michigan, Toledo, Oregon State and Michigan before taking on his first head coaching job at his alma mater, Ball State. In 2008, he led the Cardinals to a 12–1 record and the MAC Championship game, and that season the school made its first ever appearance in the Associated Press Top 25 ranking. In December of 2008, Hoke was hired as the head football coach at San Diego State University and in 2010 he coached the Aztecs to the school's first nine-win season since 1971 and a victory over Navy in the 2010 Poinsettia Bowl.
Hoke returned to Michigan in 2011 when he was hired to be the program's 19th head football coach. In his inaugural season in Ann Arbor the Wolverines played to an 11–2 record and defeated Virginia Tech in the 2012 Sugar Bowl. Following that 2011 Big Ten season, Hoke was named both the Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year, as selected by conference coaches, and the Dave McClain Coach of the Year, as picked by the media. He was also named the Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach of the Year honor. During his tenure as head coach at Michigan (2011-2014), all 69 of the senior student-athletes that went through his program graduated from the school.
For more info on SiriusXM’s college sports programming visit www.siriusxm.com/collegesports.