Yes, former Jets and Chiefs coach and current ESPN analyst Herm Edwards is apparently in the mix to become the next head coach of the Sun Devils. He coached the New York Jets from 2001-05 and has spent the last nine years as an analyst for ESPN. The program's coaching job is open after athletic director Ray Anderson fired coach Todd Graham on Sunday following a 7-5 season. Edwards coached for eight seasons in the National Football League, posting a 54-74 record with Kansas City (2006-08) and the New York Jets (2001-05). In eight National Football League seasons Edwards posted a record of 54-74, leading his teams to four playoff appearances.
So Arizona State appears to be heavily targeting a 63-year-old who hasn't coached at any level since 2008 and whose only college experience came from 1987 to 1989 at San Jose State. "Every year, I look forward to coaching that game. Why?"
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Edwards may seem an unlikely fit to replace Todd Graham, who was sacked Sunday, but he has a connection to Ray Anderson, the school's vice president of athletics.
Graham was sacked after Arizona State finished 7-5 and 6-3 in the Pac-12 with a victory over Arizona, and he has a $12 million buyout clause in his contract.
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After winning 28 games in Graham's first three seasons, Arizona State won 18 games in his last three.
According to a report from Kyle Bonagura of ESPN, Edwards "has emerged as a serious candidate" in Tempe, and will interview with the Sun Devils this week.
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