COLUMBUS, OH - NOVEMBER 29: Head Coach Brady Hoke of the Michigan Wolverines is led off the field by security after his Wolverines lost to Ohio State 42-28 at Ohio Stadium on November 29, 2014 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

Former Michigan coach Brady Hoke a candidate for these two openings

Former Michigan coach Brady Hoke may have been passed on for a head coaching job this cycle, but it looks like he is still in the market for grabbing a coordinator position. According to Scout, it appears that Hoke will interview for the open job at Oregon.

Whoever gets the Oregon job would be replacing Don Pellum, who was demoted to linebackers coach after Oregon's lackluster defensive performance this season.

Apparently the Ducks are not the only ones with their eyes on Hoke as defensive coordinator, though, as Rivals mentioned that Hoke could be a candidate for the now open Tennessee job.

The Tennessee job came open after the school decided to part ways with John Jancek. Jancek had been with the program for the past three seasons.

Despite his limitations as a head coach at Michigan, Hoke proved to be a great defensive leader in his time there. If a team is able to get him as a defensive coordinator, that should be a seen as a big win for that program.