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Update: confirmed report
Tennessee has now confirmed Warchant.com's report that Jay Graham is leaving and will take a job elsewhere.
It's safe to say he's headed to Tallahassee.
A few minutes ago, Warchant.com reported that FSU has hired Tennessee running backs coach Jay Graham.
I cannot confirm the hiring, but I'm not dismissing the report. A source tells me that Graham is coming in tonight for his interview/meeting with Jimbo Fisher. As of now a hire has not been made, but I feel there is a very good chance Graham joins the staff.
Graham is an alum and current coach at Tennessee. He was the only hold-over from the Dooley staff at Tennessee. I highly doubt Graham would interview for this job unless he plans on taking it.
We'll continue to follow this development.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Josh Newberg on 2/25/2013 at 10:01 AM
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What are his recruiting grounds?
How does he stack up as a technical coach?
Thanks Josh. I appreciate y'alls work and honesty and not just rushing into the fray.
Butch Jones just confirmed it on his twitter account
Josh, in your opinion, if this happens, where does Graham fit on this staff? It is hard to imagine him not coaching RBs at FSU, so does this hire suggest Sanders gets the OC position?
I understand he coached RBs and TEs at South Carolina and we need a TE coach. Could he coach both at FSU? Also, could he be our next recruiting coordinator?
Your thoughts, please.
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Would I be wrong to assume this means Sanders is going to be the OC? With him being the OC he would want to bring in one of his own guys and Graham played under him.
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