Mississippi State has definitely worked its way into a bowl game with an 8-4 record. While the program doesn’t know what bowl it is yet, they do know one thing.
Joe Moorhead won’t be coaching in it according to Will Sammon of the Clarion-Ledger.
The former Penn State offensive coordinator will not coach in the Nittany Lions’ bowl game, either, Cohen said. Moorhead, who was hired Tuesday to replace Dan Mullen, will be with MSU observing players during practice and will attend the Bulldogs’ bowl.
Moorhead helped Penn State to the Big Ten championship in 2016. His offense broke the Penn State record for total offense (6,056) and passing yards (3,650) and tied the school record for points scored (526) last season. As head coach at Fordham, he led the Rams to the Patriot League title in 2014.
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