The Football Writers Association of America named Michigan's Brady Hoke one of five finalists for the 2011 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award. Hoke posted a 10-2 record with the Wolverines to collect the Big Ten's Hayes-Schembechler and Dave McClain Coach of the Year honors. Michigan earned a Bowl Championship Series berth and will face Virginia Tech in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The winner of the FWAA's 55th annual coach of the year award will be announced on Dec. 15 after balloting by the entire FWAA membership.
Hoke Named Finalist for Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award
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