Vols' Hoke to wear headset in change from Michigan routine

Nov 15, 2017 - 8:54 PM KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee interim head coach Brady Hoke says he plans to wear a headset during the Volunteers' game Saturday with No. 21 LSU (No. 20 College Football Playoff), a change from his usual routine during his Michigan tenure. Hoke took over as Tennessee's interim coach after Butch Jones was fired Sunday. When Hoke didn't use a headset at Michigan, it became an issue during his tenure there. Fans complained about the absence of a headset, and Hoke often bristled when reporters asked about it. Michigan fired Hoke after a 5-7 season in 2014. Hoke didn't detail why he plans to wear a headset this week. Hoke also said offensive coordinator Larry Scott would leave the coaches' box Saturday and instead work from the sideline. ___ Follow Steve Megargee at www.twitter.com/stevemegargeeo

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