Herm Edwards is expected to be named the next head coach at Arizona State, according to Chris Karpman of Sun Devil Source, an affiliate of 247Sports.
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If the report is accurate and Edwards does replace Todd Graham as Sun Devils' head coach, it would be one of the most shocking hires in college football history. The 64-year-old is currently an ESPN NFL analyst and has not coached in any official capacity since 2008, his final year as Kansas City Chiefs head coach. He was also head coach of the New York Jets and assistant and scout with the Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
And if you keep scrolling down, you'll see he does have some college football experience. Let's break that down:
One year after concluding his professional playing career, Edwards returned to his home state of California to become defensive backs coach at San Jose State in 1987. He remained in that position through the 1989 season, at which time he left to become a scout with the Chiefs.
That concludes our comprehensive breakdown of Herm Edwards' college football coaching experience.