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Schools Fill Coaching Vacancies In College Football

The coaching roller coaster has taken an abrupt turn with many vacancies either filled officially or expected to be filled soon.

Sources say Arkansas gets a new coach in current Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema while Auburn has officially hired former assistant Gus Malzahn who was the head coach at Arkansas State this past season.  Malzahn was part of Gene Chizik’s staff when the Tigers won the national title two years ago.

Boston College has apparently filled its coaching vacancy with former Gator assistant and current Temple coach Steve Addazio.

Some sources are saying Wisconsin may turn to current Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin although that has not been confirmed at all.

The biggest job opening continues to be the Tennessee coaching position with no timetable set by athletic director Dave Hart to name a new coach.

 

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