Oregon State is in the market for a new head coach, and they apparently have interviewed a few candidates for the job. The Portland Tribune’s Kerry Eggers shared plenty of information Sunday about the Beavers’ coaching search. He says current interim head coach Cory Hall, Washington offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith, and Cal offensive coordinator Beau Baldwin have all interviewed for the job. Meanwhile, ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura reports that the school also reached out to UCLA offensive coordinator (and now interim head coach) Jedd Fisch. Bronco Mendenhall, an Oregon State alum who was a runner-up for the job when Gary Andersen was hired, made it clear on Monday that he will not be leaving Virginia for Corvallis.
Report: Oregon State has interviewed three coaches for vacancy
Larry Brown Sports | Nov 21