Report: Former Boise State OC Mike Sanford “expected” to land HC job

Former Boise State offensive coordinator Mike Sanford left the Boise State football program to take over the same position at traditional power Notre Dame back in early 2015.

He was coordinator for the Broncos for one season in 2014.

The 2014 season was where Bronco fans were able to see the return of a high-octane offense, after a sluggish few years with Robert Prince at the coordinator position.

According to Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated, Sanford may have landed his first head coaching gig at Western Kentucky University.

In his first season as the offensive coordinator at Boise State, Sanford brought the Broncos to familiar heights among college football’s offensive production.

Ranking ninth in points per game (39.7).

Sanford went 14-11 during his two seasons as the offensive coordinator at Notre Dame.


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