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Arizona State Training Candidates: Matt Rhule, Byron Leftwich, Dan Mullen Lead Options to Replace Herm Edwards

 Arizona State Training Candidates: Matt Rhule, Byron Leftwich, Dan Mullen Lead Options to Replace Herm Edwards

Herm Edwards was fired Sunday after just three games in his fifth season at Arizona State. The missteps that got Edwards to this point remain too funny to notice.
When hired, Edwards was seen as an honorable and experienced alternative to inexperienced cheaters. But he has not had a university education for 29 years. No problem, said sporting director Ray Anderson, Edwards' former agent. It would be a model for the NFL where Herm could serve as CEO. Someone else could handle the details like, you know, enlistment.
Critics were told not to worry about Edwards as a rookie. Although he hasn't coached in college for 29 years, Edwards will be at Arizona State University as a figurehead. That's fine if you're Bobby Bowden and you've built a program from scratch. It's another thing to inherit the Pac-12 halfway through that he hadn't had a plan until then.
Edwards was not bad (26-20). He will likely have a standing offer to return to ESPN as a thoughtful, serious analyst. But he wasn't a good fit for a program at a beleaguered conference and eventually found himself in a massive recruiting scandal of his own making.

Now, as an Arizona State fan, you have to trust Anderson to lead your search for training. It's already 0-1. You also have to trust Chief Michael Crowe, who turned on Edwards faster than on the quick attack.

Arizona State Training Candidates: Matt Rhule, Byron Leftwich, Dan Mullen Lead Options to Replace Herm Edwards carinonews
Arizona State Training Candidates: Matt Rhule, Byron Leftwich, Dan Mullen Lead Options to Replace Herm Edwards


I've always said it's hard to screw up Arizona. Atmosphere. West Coast. The city of Tempe. You should be able to find 85 skilled players to kill to play there. Yeah, well, the last Rose Bowl perfume at Arizona State University was in 1997.

Here are the top candidates to drive Arizona out of the desert:


1. Matt Rowley, Carolina Panthers coach: Leader at the club if interested. Anderson loves the NFL guys (obviously). If Rhule left the Panthers and Nebraska didn't snatch him, it shouldn't be a difficult decision for Arizona. Dave Aranda at Baylor is still using the players left by Rhule who helped him win the Big 12 championship last season. The skilled program creator will be at his home in the desert.

2. Byron Liftwich, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offensive Coordinator: The former Marshall star is in his fourth year as the Boss Offensive Team coach. Tom Brady loves it. Leftwich already has a Super Bowl episode. Bruce Arians said he would not have returned to the Buck family had it not been for Liftwich. Underrated talent you better believe Anderson has on his radar. NFL teams may also be interested.


3. Dan Mullen, ESPN Analyst: Mullen needs to bounce back after the Florida experience. He's on a model year-long TV Analyst Rehabilitation Tour to keep his name out there. Not that he needed it. Arizona needs ID. Mullen, with his offensive bit, would be that identity. Yes, it is quirky. Maybe more. But as currently regulated, Mullen could win the Pac-12 race. thus.


4. Todd Monken, Georgia Offensive Coordinator: Monkin needs a head coaching job - now. If for no other reason than he took quarterback Stetson Bennett and made him one of the best offensive players in the country. He has a national championship ring. Monken has a lot of experience in the NFL — recently, unlike Herm, who hasn't coached at all since 2008 before attending ASU. The main training experience also took place on an unsuccessful short tour of the Southern Miss.

5. Hugh Freeze, Liberty Coach: We kept introducing the name Freese into this spot. Sooner or later, Power Five will take a shot. There will not be much risks. Time heals all the wounds of an NCAA investigation. Freeze is a great attacking mind with plenty of head coaching experience whose mistakes in the past can be examined but eventually overcome by Crow.

6. Brian Harsin, Auburn coach: Harsin may be the next coach out of the house, possibly as soon as this week. We will never get bored of the failures in Auburn by Auburn. Harsin was a poor fit for The Plains, and his fault wasn't so much of him. It was from the start. Harsin is a West Coast guy whose style and personality fit in with the Southwest. I expect him to come back to Boise at some point if Arizona doesn't bring him.


7. Dion Sanders, Jackson State coach: Anderson exited the script with Edwards. Why don't we throw another ball? I'm not sure if Sanders' training at the highest level matches his mouth, but I'll buy a front row seat to watch. Arizona isn't one of the best in the Pac-12, but it definitely needs a shot of adrenaline. Given that Florida will likely not be open, Sanders would be a bold choice.

8. Tom Hermann, CBS Sports Analyst: Herman was way too far. Well, it's been less than two years since he left Texas, but he still has a lot to give to the college game as head coach. Remember when Hermann was the hottest thing in Ohio and Houston? There is still a lot of that energy left.

9. Mike Norville, Florida State coach: A month ago, Norville was the frontrunner to succeed Edwards. Then the season began, Arizona headed south and Norville 3-0 in the middle of what appears to be a turnaround in Florida. Arizona State University would have served as a back-up as the former Sun Devils offensive coordinator. Now, it seems far-fetched.

10. Justin Wilcox, CA coach: Wilcox is a brilliant defensive mind who needs space - and budget - to grow. It's a constant struggle at Cal, which isn't as committed to football as it is to other programs even at the conference. Not so in Arizona, which would pay for the right guy.

11. Rick Newhazel, CBS Sports Analyst: The 61-year-old Newhazel lives in the Phoenix area and is a brilliant football mind with deep ties to the West Coast. He does not necessarily fit into Anderson's profile of a young employee. We have a solution. Arizona will need something unique as it will likely take the NCAA exam. It also needs to step aside. Crowe is an arrogant presence who turns against Edwards in a heartbeat. Split the kid in two and make Neuheisel the new guy's attacking head coach/coordinator.

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