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July 26, 2017

By Tali Berzins

Twenty-One New NCAA FBS Football Coaches

Tom Herman Coach Texas
Tom Herman Coach Texas
(Image courtesy of http://footballscoop.com/news/tom-herman-national-championship-expectations/.)


In 2017 there will be 129 schools in the FBS division. There will be 21 new coaches at these schools, so 16% of the schools will have new coaches. Coaching turnover is common place in college football, especially since one vacancy usually results in two or three more vacancies.

Here is a list of the new coaches and their teams:

2017 NCAA FBS Football Coaches
TeamNew CoachOld Coach
Team New Coach 2016 Coach
Baylor Matt Rhule Jim Grobe (I)
Cal Justin Wilcox Sonny Dykes
Cincinnati Luke Fickell Tommy Tuberville
Connecticut Randy Edsall Bob Diaco
Florida Atlantic Lane Kiffin Charlie Partridge
Florida International Butch Davis Ron Turner
Fresno State Jeff Tedford Tim DeRuyter
Georgia State Shawn Elliott Trent Miles
Houston Major Applewhite Tom Herman
Indiana Tom Allen Kevin Wilson
LSU Ed Orgeron Les Miles
Minnesota P.J. Fleck Tracy Claeys
Nevada Jay Norvell Brian Polian
Oregon Willie Taggart Mark Helfrich
Purdue Jeff Brohm Darrell Hazell
San Jose State Brent Brennan Ron Caragher
South Florida Charlie Strong Willie Taggart
Temple Geoff Collins Matt Rhule
Texas Tom HermanCharlie Strong
Western Kentucky Mike Sanford Jeff Brohm
Western Michigan Tim Lester PJ Fleck


Of the twenty-one new coaches who has the best year? Who has the biggest impact? Please comment below.




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