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UCF hires former Auburn coach Gus Malzahn to lead Knights

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UCF works with previous Auburn trainer Gus Malzahn to lead Knights

Main Florida worked with Gus Malzahn as its football trainer Monday, a bit greater than 2 months after he was terminated by Auburn.

Malzahn was 68-35 in 8 years with the Tigers, never ever having a shedding period and also going 39-27 in the Southeastern Meeting. UCF set up a mid-day press conference to present its brand-new trainer.

UCF shed both its sports supervisor (Danny White) and also football trainer (Josh Heupel) to Tennessee last month. UCF worked with Terry Mohajir as ADVERTISEMENT recently. Mohajir was the sports supervisor at Arkansas State throughout Malzahn’s one period at the Sunlight Belt institution.

UCF has actually been among the leading groups in the American Athletic Meeting considering that signing up with the organization in 2013. The Knights have actually won the seminar 3 times and also played in 3 BCS or Brand-new Year’s 6 bowls.

Train Scott Frost led UCF to an unbeaten period in 2017, topped by a Peach Dish success versus Auburn and also Malzahn. Heupel took control of in 2018 and also led the Knights to one more unbeaten normal period prior to shedding in the Carnival Dish to LSU.

The Knights diminished in 2015 to 6-4.

Auburn terminated Malzahn in December, paying a $22 million agreement acquistion to the trainer, after the Tigers went 6-4 this previous period.

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