Sources: Arizona State Will Hire Kenny Dillingham From Oregon
Arizona State has finalized a deal to make Oregon offensive
coordinator Kenny Dillingham the school's next coach,
sources told ESPN on Saturday.
Dillingham is moving to
Arizona to take the job and the hiring will be announced on Monday, sources said.
Dillingham is a 2012 graduate of Arizona State and a native Arizonan.
He is a former high school coach in the state
and began his college career at Arizona State in 2014 as an offensive assistant.
Dillingham, 32, will become the youngest coach in the Power Five.
He replaces Herm Edwards, who was fired in September after a loss at Eastern
Michigan and leaves a program that went 3-9 after a heavy loss to the transfer
portal and is in the midst of a major NCAA investigation.