Found January 24, 2013 on Throw The Flag:
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James Coley, an assistant coach for the FSU Seminoles, is going to be the new offensive coordinator of the Miami Hurricanes according to Joe Schad. Miami has hired FSU assistant James Coley as offensive coordinator — Joe Schad (@schadjoe) January 24, 2013 Miami just lost their offensive coordinator to the Jacksonville Jaguars and got good news for their potential NCAA violations from Nevin Shapiro. Not only did they weaken rival FSU’s staff, but they gained a great coach and recruiter.
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