Sport Coaching news: UCF hires Missouri assistant Josh Heupel to lead program

19:07  05 december  2017
19:07  05 december  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Missouri offensive coordinator Josh Heupel is the new head football coach at Central Florida, and he has quite a legacy to carry on.

UCF announced Tuesday it has hired Heupel to replace Scott Frost, who left to take over at his alma mater, Nebraska, after leading the Knights to a 12-0 record this year.

"I'm extremely excited about the opportunity to represent UCF," Heupel said in a press release. "What makes this opportunity so unique is the vision of the leadership from President John Hitt, Provost Dale Whitaker and Director of Athletics Danny White. Their vision for this becoming one of the premier programs in the country makes this an exciting opportunity."

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Josh Heupel . Joshua Kenneth Heupel (born March 22, 1978) is the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Missouri Tigers. He is also a former college football player who played quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners football team at the University of Oklahoma.

Missouri hired Utah State offensive coordinator Josh Heupel as its new offensive coordinator Thursday. In 2004, Heupel entered coaching as a graduate assistant with the Sooners under Bob Stoops.

Heupel is a former Oklahoma quarterback who was the runner-up for the Heisman Trophy in 2000. He led the Sooners to a national title win over Florida State in the Orange Bowl. He has been the offensive coordinator at Missouri since 2015.

Missouri's QB Drew Lock set the SEC record for touchdown passes in a season this year with 43 under Heupel's tutelage.

Frost took a good portion of his staff with him to Nebraska, so UCF will have to start over almost from scratch. Only one coach from Frost's staff is even on the recruiting trail in tight ends and recruiting coordinator Sean Beckton.

Central Florida also explored several other big names in its search including former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin. The team reportedly offered Sumlin the job Sunday, but he was apparently holding out to see if the Oregon job would come open if coach Willie Taggart decided to take the Florida State job.

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