Beavers to name Jonathan Smith new head coach

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After graduating, Smith became a graduate assistant at his alma mater before moving to Idaho, where he was the quarterbacks coach for six seasons.

Smith quarterbacked one of the Beavers' most successful teams in 2000 when Oregon State went 11-1 and beat Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl.

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Oregon State is expected to name Washington offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith as their next head coach, according to The Oregonian.

Smith is a former Beavers quarterback who has been working as quarterbacks coach for Chris Petersen since 2012, starting at Boise State and following him to Washington in 2014.

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After Anderson stepped down, the Beavers promoted cornerbacks coach Cory Hall as interim head coach.

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Smith has been part of a Washington staff that has led the Huskies to consecutive double-digit win seasons. Many have speculated that if Smith is hired as OSU's head coach, Erickson would follow Smith. The Beavers went 1-11 this season, ending their year with a 69-10 loss in the Civil War against OR on Saturday.

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