SAN DIEGO (AP) -Brady Hoke has been introduced as the new coach at San Diego State, promising to build a program ``that expects to win.''
Hoke makes the jump from Ball State, where he was 34-38 in six seasons but led the Cardinals to a 12-1 record this season. Their only loss was against Buffalo in the Mid-American Conference championship game.
Hoke says he won't coach Ball State in the GMAC bowl on Jan. 6.
Hoke replaces Chuck Long, who was fired in late November. Long was 9-27 in three seasons at San Diego State, which hasn't had a winning record since 1998. The Aztecs were 2-10 this year, the school's first 10-loss season.

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