(Orlando Sentinel) Florida State has lost its sixth assistant coach in five weeks. Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach James Coley is leaving FSU to become the offensive coordinator at Miami.
The news was first reported around midday Thursday by Emory Parker of NolesDigest.com, a website affiliated with the Scout.com network. The Orlando Sentinel and South Florida Sun Sentinel later corroborated the report.
Miami officially announced the hiring later Thursday afternoon.
"We're excited about adding James Coley's leadership, expertise and passion to our staff," Miami head coach Al Golden said in a news release. "I've been an admirer of his offense's output and execution, his commitment to student-athlete development as well as his relentless approach to recruiting Dade and Broward Counties."
Coley was the lead recruiter of South Florida for the Seminoles.
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