SDSU offensive coordinator Al Borges expected to join Brady Hoke at Michigan
Brady Hoke will bring Al Borges - and his 23 years of experience as an offensive coordinator - with him to Michigan, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
The newspaper said San Diego State defensive coordinator Rocky Long will succeed Hoke as the head coach of the Aztecs. Borges, the offensive coordinator on Hoke's staff the past two seasons, is expected to head to Ann Arbor. That's the opinion of the agent that represents both coordinators.
Borges has also been an offensive coordinator and quarterback coach at Auburn (2004-07), Indiana (2002-03), California (2001), UCLA (1996-00), Oregon (1995), Boise State (1993-94) and Portland State (1986-92).
While at UCLA, he was twice a finalist for the Frank Boyles Assistant Coach of the Year award.
Last year's San Diego State team finished 16th in the nation in total yards (456.7) and 19th in scoring (35.0).