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Update: Coley takes Miami job
Florida State offensive coordinator James Coley has a decision to make.
According to Noles247.com, Coley has an offer on the table to become Miami’s offensive coordinator. Miami would reportedly pay him a $500,000 salary and coach Al Golden would give him full control of the Hurricane offense.
FSU is currently paying Coley $335,500 per year and head coach Jimbo Fisher is responsible for calling plays. Coley is deeply involved in game-planning but coaches from the press box on game day.
Sources indicate that, at present, Coley is torn on the decision and it could go either way.
Coley has strong ties to both Miami and Florida State. Hy graduated from Florida State, but he’s a Miami native who got his coaching start at Miami High back in 1997 and spent two seasons on Nick Saban’s Dolphins staff in 2005-06.
Coley has been at Florida State since 2008 when he returned as tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator on head coach Bobby Bowden’s staff and was named offensive coordinator two seasons later.