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Sport Report: Eric Bieniemy, Colorado have mutual interest in head coach job

17:40  13 february  2020
17:40  13 february  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Report: Colorado reaches out to Eric Bieniemy

  Report: Colorado reaches out to Eric Bieniemy It would have ranked as a huge surprise if the University of Colorado hadn’t contacted alum Eric Bieniemy about its vacant head coaching job. But Buffaloes Athletic Director Rick George has reached out to the Chiefs offensive coordinator as expected, Mike Klis of 9News reports. Colorado and Bieniemy have “preliminary mutual interest,” Klis adds. The [more]

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Report : Colorado reaches out to Eric Bieniemy | Helpful Problem It would have ranked as a huge surprise if the University of Colorado hadn’t contacted alum Eric Bieniemy about its vacant head coaching job .

Colorado and Bieniemy have “preliminary mutual interest ,” Klis adds. Bieniemy makes sense for Colorado , but Colorado might not make sense for Bieniemy . Bieniemy is Colorado ’s all-time leading rusher, with 3,940 yards. He spent two seasons as Colorado ’s offensive coordinator under

The Colorado Buffaloes are looking for a new permanent head football coach, and Eric Bieniemy could be a candidate for the job.

Eric Bieniemy wearing a hat: Could Chiefs defensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy be headed for the college coaching ranks?© Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Could Chiefs defensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy be headed for the college coaching ranks?

Colorado lost its head coach when Mel Tucker resigned on Tuesday night to take the job at Michigan State. On Wednesday, the Buffs named Darrin Chiaverini their interim head coach.

CU is seeking a new head coach and reportedly has expressed interest in Bieniemy. 9News in Denver’s Mike Klis says the interest between the sides is mutual.

Colorado also plans to interview Chiaverini for the full-time job.

Report: Eric Bieniemy withdraws from consideration for Colorado job

  Report: Eric Bieniemy withdraws from consideration for Colorado job Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy has removed himself from consideration for the head coaching job at the University of Colorado, according to Mike Klis of 9News. Bieniemy, a Colorado alumnus, has been pursued by the school since previous head coach Mel Tucker bolted for a job at Michigan State last week. Bieniemy told [more]

Bieniemy is prepared to follow in the footsteps of a Super Bowl-winning coach (Doug Pederson) and a top candidate for this season's Coach of the Year Award Bieniemy also serves as the voice that quarterback Patrick Mahomes hears in his helmet on game days. Interest in the product is very real.

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Bieniemy, 50, was a star running back at Colorado from 1987-1990. He returned to coach there after his NFL playing career and served as their running backs coach from 2001-2002 before going to UCLA and then the Minnesota Vikings. Bieniemy came back to Colorado as the offensive coordinator under Jon Embree for two poor seasons where the team went 4-21.

Bieniemy has rebuilt his reputation as a coach for the Kansas City Chiefs since 2013. He has served as Andy Reid’s offensive coordinator the past two seasons and received interest for NFL head coaching vacancies but was passed up for all the jobs.

Report: Michigan State had interest in Pat Shurmur .
Michigan State couldn’t get Robert Saleh, and Pat Shurmur also is unavailable to replace Mark Dantonio. The Spartans had interest in Shurmur, Nicki Jhabvala of TheAthletic.com reports. Shurmur is not pursuing the job, fully focused on his new job as the Broncos’ offensive coordinator. The former Giants head coach agreed to replace Rich Scangarello a [more]Michigan State couldn’t get Robert Saleh, and Pat Shurmur also is unavailable to replace Mark Dantonio.

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