Brady Hoke's Retirement Creates Four College Football Head Coaching Openings

San Diego State coach Brady Hoke has announced his retirement at the end of the season.

Hoke expressed pride in the accomplishments at San Diego State and gratitude for working with great student-athletes.

The retirement announcement adds to the four open FBS head coaching positions in college football after Week 11.

Mississippi State, Boise State, and Texas A&M are also seeking new coaches as they recently fired their respective coaches.

Jimbo Fisher was fired from Texas A&M, Andy Avalos from Boise State, and Zach Arnett from Mississippi State, who was let go after less than a year in charge.

Hoke thanked the staff and expressed well wishes for their future endeavors.

The retirement announcement reflects the ongoing coaching changes in college football.

The statement emphasizes Hoke's role in molding student-athletes into men, husbands, fathers, and community pillars.

San Diego State will be part of the coaching transition, joining other programs in the search for new leadership.

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