Alabama football assistant Eric Kiesau is emerging as a leading candidate to be the Fresno State Bulldogs’ next offensive coordinator, according to sources. Kiesau was the offensive coordinator at Washington in 2013 when the Huskies generated 499.3 yards and 37.9 points per game to rank second and third, respectively, in the Pac-12 Conference.
Alabama football assistant Eric Kiesau is emerging as a leading candidate to be the Fresno State Bulldogs’ next offensive coordinator, according to sources. Kiesau was the offensive coordinator at Washington in 2013 when the Huskies generated 499.3 yards and 37.9 points per game to rank second and third, respectively, in the Pac-12 Conference. Janet Jensen The News Tribune (Tacoma, Washington) file
Alabama football assistant Eric Kiesau is emerging as a leading candidate to be the Fresno State Bulldogs’ next offensive coordinator, according to sources. Kiesau was the offensive coordinator at Washington in 2013 when the Huskies generated 499.3 yards and 37.9 points per game to rank second and third, respectively, in the Pac-12 Conference. Janet Jensen The News Tribune (Tacoma, Washington) file

Fresno State football: Alabama assistant leading candidate to be Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator

December 26, 2015 10:42 PM

UPDATED December 27, 2015 03:07 PM

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