Bryan Harsin knows a thing or two about dealing with change, having gone through four head coaches during his time as a player at Boise State.
Harsin has relied heavily on that experience since being hired last December as the head coach at Arkansas State, where he's the school's fourth head coach in as many seasons.
The Red Wolves haven't gone through head coaches because of a lack of success. In fact, it's been largely the exact opposite case at the school - which has risen from one-time afterthought in the Sun Belt Conference to back-to-back league champion the last two seasons.
Two years ago, it was Hugh Freeze who left after one season for Mississippi. Last year, Gus Malzahn followed Freeze to the Southeastern Conference, taking over at Auburn.
Enter Harsin, the former Texas co-offensive coordinator whose coaching roots go deep at the school Malzahn held up as the model for what he wanted Arkansas State to be - Boise State. The 36-year-old takes over a team that's 20-6 the ...