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College football coaching vacancies: Who’s in, who’s out

Out: San Diego State announcement On Monday, coach Brady Hoke will retire at the end of the season. The Aztecs are 3-7 and will not be eligible for a bowl game for the first time since 2009. Hoke, 65, is 39-31 in two stints at San Diego State and has led the Aztecs to a record 12 wins in 2021, but they’re just 10-13 since then.

Possible replacements: Arnett could find himself back on his feet at San Diego State, according to to ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg. Arnett was an assistant with the Aztecs from 2011 to 2019. The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman also lists Washington offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb, Oregon State offensive coordinator Brian Lindgren, Missouri offensive coordinator Kirby Moore, l Former Boise State and Auburn coach Bryan Harsin, Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Tee Martin, Arizona offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll and quarterbacks coach Jimmie Dougherty, UNLV offensive coordinator Brennan Marion , Texas special teams coordinator Jeff Banks, Nebraska defensive coordinator Tony White and Oklahoma analyst Matt Wells as potential candidates.

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