There's obviously been a lot of coaching movement since the end of the regular season. Below we've got the details on who is expected to coach those teams playing in the postseason.
UCF - Scott Frost is headed to Nebraska but reports say he and his staff will stick around
for the Peach Bowl (Jan. 1).
Missouri - Offensive coordinator Josh Heupel was hired to replace Frost. He won't have anything to do with UCF's bowl preparation and there is still no word
on whether or not he'll call plays for Missouri's Texas Bowl (Dec. 27) matchup vs. Texas.
Oregon - Offensive coordinator Mario Cristobal
will serve as interim head coach following the departure of Willie Taggart. The Ducks play Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl (Dec. 16).
UCLA - With Jim Mora fire, offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch
will serve as interim head coach. The Bruins face Kansas State in the Cactus Bowl (Dec. 26).
Mississippi State - After Dan Mullen bolted for Florida, the Bulldogs snagged Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead. Moorehead won't be involved
however in MSU's prep for the Tayslayer Bowl (Dec. 30 vs. Louisville). Running backs coach Greg Knox was named interim head coach.
Texas A&M - Special teams coordinator Jeff Banks
will take over for Kevin Sumlin. The Aggies play Wake Forest in the Belk Bowl (Dec. 29).
Arizona State - Newly hired head coach Herm Edwards (LOL!) announced that he is keeping the entire offensive staff
. The Sun Devils play NC State in the Sun Bowl (Dec. 29).
Florida State - D-line coach Odell Haggins
coached the Seminoles in the regular season finale and will do so for their Independence Bowl (Dec. 27) matchup vs. Southern Miss.
Penn State - Newly promoted offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne
will call plays for the Nittany Lions in the Fiesta Bowl (Dec. 30 vs. Washington).
SMU - Chad Morris is headed to Arkansas leaving running backs coach Jeff Taylor in charge of the team's Frisco Bowl (Dec. 20) matchup vs. Louisiana Tech