Florida State is losing its sixth assistant football coach this offseason.
And this time, the departing coach is headed for rival Miami.
Offensive coordinator James Coley, a Miami native, is returning to his hometown to take the same position with the Hurricanes. Coley helped shape Florida States offensive game plan the past three seasons, but coach Jimbo Fisher called the plays.
Coley will be calling the plays and also coaching quarterbacks in Miami for coach Al Golden.
We're excited about adding James Coleys leadership, expertise and passion to our staff, Golden said in a statement on Thursday afternoon.
Coley, who turns 40 in April, has been on Florida States staff since 2008. He initially held responsibilities as tight ends coachrecruiting coordinator but his job evolved through the years. In 2013, he was set to take over as quarterbacks coach and drop his responsibilities with the tight ends.
His move could create plenty of fireworks in the final two weeks before National Sign...