Oregon dismisses head coach Mark Helfrich

Tuesday evening, the University of Oregon Athletic Department dismissed head football coach Mark Helfrich.

Helfrich was the quarterback coach at Boise State back in 1998-2000 under former head coach Dirk Koetter.

He coached the likes of Bart Hendricks where he won the Big West Conference Player of the Year twice.

The dismissal of Helfrich comes shortly after the loss to in-state rival, Oregon State. The Ducks lost their last regular season game of the season, 34-24 and finished with a 4-8 record.

He ended his Oregon coaching career at a 37-16 overall record, and lost their last two bowl games in the national championship against Ohio State in 2015, and against TCU in the Alamo Bowl last season.

Leash was extremely short after that Alamo Bowl loss.




Mark Helfrich Coaching Career

Southern Oregon (RB) 1996
Oregon (GA) 1997
Vienna (OC)  1997
Boise State (QB) – 1998 – 2000
Arizona State (QB) 2001- 2005
Colorado (OC/QB) 2006-2008
Oregon (OC/QB) 2009 – 2012
Oregon (HC) 2013 – 2016

Replacement

Bronco fans are accustomed to their coaches being thrown into the mix of coaching rumors, and this is no different.

Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin has been mentioned as a possible candidate by USA Today and from other numerous media outlets and members.

Check it out for yourself.




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