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Multiple sources report that Kentucky is hiring Boise State offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Bush Hamdan to be the Wildcats' new offensive coordinator.

Hamdan will replace Liam Coen, who left to be the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Per ESPN:
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Hamdan is a veteran offensive coach who brings SEC experience from his time at Missouri and coordinating experience at Boise State and the Washington.

Boise State finished No. 6 nationally in rushing offense in 2023, averaging 214.9 rushing yards per game. Boise State won the Mountain West championship and finished No. 26 in the country in total offense.

Hamdan was the pass game coordinator and wide receivers coach for Chris Petersen at Washington when that school reached the College Football Playoff. He also coached quarterbacks in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons.


Filed Under: Kentucky Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Serraneaux19 days
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kywildcatfanone18 days
Your obsession overall things blue is both disturbing and unsurprising.
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