Ten days after the completion of the Kansas football season, a coordinator for the staff of the new head coach Les Miles appeared.
On a day of smoke, the name Chip Lindsey rose with KU football, the Auburn football reporter from AL.com, Matt Zenitz reported on Monday afternoon from sources that the former Auburn offensive coordinator is likely to be hired by Miles at the KU will be.
A source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to the Journal World that Lindsey will probably become the new OK of the KU.
Jeff Long, sports director in Kansas' first year, declined to comment, and Miles does not plan to ask questions on a topic until his entire coaching staff is deployed.
As of Monday afternoon, defensive coach Chevis Jackson was the only KU announced attitude.
Lindsey, Auburn's offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, flew to the public KU football radar Alabama radio program called "The Game Plan with Lance Griffin" on Monday morning for the first time, mentioning former Auburn head coach Pat Dye the possibility that Lindsey traveled to the KU coordinator and he should get a new job in the near future.
Bruce Feldman, national reporter for FOX Sports and The Athletic, tweeted shortly before 3 pm He heard that Lindsey was "in discussion" to become Jaykinsken's offensive coordinator on Miles's first KU staff.
A few minutes later, Zenitz appeared to Tweet that Miles should hire Lindsey, who also allegedly had spoken for the position of offensive coordinator at Tennessee
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Prior to training quarterbacks and overseeing Auburn's attack on the past two seasons, Lindsey held the same Arizona State jobs in 2016. He also served as an offensive coordinator for Southern Miss from 2014-2015.
Lindsey's first major breakthrough in this profession came after he had worked as an offensive analyst for Auburn in 2013, when the Tigers won the US SEC title and the BCS National Championship.
With this momentum, Lindsey became OK at Southern Miss, where he coached Yea's offensive player from Conference USA 2015, quarterback Nick Mullens, who passed for 4,145 yards and 36 touchdowns.
When Lindsey returned to Auburn in 2017, the Tigers were only the eighth team in the SEC's history to finish in 26th place in one season and finish in third place in total offense, setting a record 322 by Auburn Scored in the SEC game and won the SEC West.
The tigers went 10: 4 in 2017 and 7: 5 in 2018. This season, Auburn finished 11th in the SEC overall (373.6 yards per game), averaging 28.3 points per game.
All-SEC quarterback Jarrett Stidham, the second Auburn QB ever tossed 3,000 yards in a single season, led the SEC and finished nationwide ninth on completion. Kerryon Johnson was the SEC offensive player of the year and Ryan Davis set a record in Auburn with 84 catches.
Troy gave Lindsey his first college coaching job in 2010, when he oversaw the quarterbacks of the team. He spent several seasons as a high school coach, especially in Alabama, but also in Georgia.
During his college years, Lindsey played football at the University of North Alabama, before moving to Alabama as a student, where he received his undergraduate degree. In 1997, he graduated in History and English. He graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2005 with a master's degree in education.
Lindsey, a native of Madison, Ala, graduated from Bob Jones High School, where he was a three-pronged correspondent.