Arizona offers coaching job to Navy's Ken Niumatalolo

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The Wildcats fired Rich Rodriguez earlier this month with the coach in the middle of a potential lawsuit for workplace misconduct.

Ken Niumatalolo is staying at #Navy and no longer considering the #Arizona head coaching vacancy. ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reports that Navy's head coach has opted to stick with the Midshipmen.

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Ken Niumatalolo received a ringing endorsement from colleague Matt Rhule as he vies for the Arizona Wildcats head coaching job. He threw for 1,591 yards, 14 touchdowns and nine interceptions and added 1,411 yards and 12 touchdowns rushing in 11 games overall last season. Despite since-deleted Twitter outcry from QB Khalil Tate - who wrote to social media that he did not come to Arizona to run the triple option - it looks like this one has some momentum behind it.

The Arizona Daily Star, which first reported the news that Niumatalolo had interviewed for the position in Tucson, and FootballScoop.com both reported Friday afternoon that Niumatalolo has been offered the job. During that period of time, Navy has gone 84-47 and has only missed out on bowl eligibility once.

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It's unclear where Arizona's head coaching search will go from here. He went through a similar interview process with BYU a couple of seasons ago, but ultimately made a decision to stay with the Midshipmen.

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