Auburn Boise replaces Gus Malhan as Brian Harsin’s new football coach

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Auburn Hired Boise State A source tells CBS Sports ‘Tennis Todd that coach Brian Hers’ will replace Guz Malhan following a quick search process to acquire its project. Hersin was 69-19 in seven seasons as coach of the Broncos, who won the Mountain West titles in 2014, 2017 and 2019.

In joining the Tigers, Harsin again follows in Malhan’s footsteps. He had previously taken charge State of Arkansas In 2013 after hiring Malone Auburn. Harsin went 7-5 and won the Sun Belt in his solo season with the Run Wolves.

Auburn fired Malhan, Who set a 68-35 record with 39-27 points in the SEC play, after eight seasons with the program. Malhan Auburn won an SEC championship and appeared in his first season at the PCS Championship Game in 2013, but signed his seven-year, two-season 49 million contract two seasons ago.

Freedom Coach Hugh Fries and Tiger Defensive Coordinator Kevin Steele Early candidates Bound with the vacancy of the school section with Malhan. Such as Louisiana Coach Billy Napier, Clemson Defensive Coordinator Brent Venables And UAP Coach Bill Clarke recently had the opportunity to lead the Tigers.

Harsin, originally from Boise, Idaho, had only spent two years at Power Five as Texas’ co-attack coordinator since 2011-12. He has never been a coach at SEC. In all seven seasons leading up to Boise State, Horses won about 70% or more of his games. His teams finished in the AB Top 25 and / or played for a bowl game each season.

Pete Tamel of Yahoo Sports first announced Hars’ move.

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