Cory Hall, who served as Oregon State’s interim head coach last fall, is on the move to Central Michigan as its new secondary coach according to Danny Moran of the Oregonian.
— Danny Moran (@DannyJMoran) March 18, 2018
From the Oregonian:
Hall is replacing Archie Collins, who left for a job at Pitt. The Chippewas went 8-5 last season in their third season under John Bonamego, ranking 20 th nationally in passing yards allowed per game and sixth in opposing quarterback rating.
“The players and Bono attracted me to Central Michigan,” Hall said in a statement. “The opportunity to continue to develop a talented young group was an important piece in making my decision. My goal is to contribute as a member of this staff and to develop young student-athletes.”
Hall was Gary Andersen’s interim replacement last fall. The Beavers finished the 2017 season dead last in the Pac-12 at 1-11 overall. Oregon State was 0-6 under Hall.
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