It seems that Mississippi State football head coach Joe Moorhead may be on his way out of Starkville. Pete Thamel tweeted late Thursday evening that while a formal decision has yet to be made, he did plant the seed that culture-related issues could potentially be aiding the argument for Moorhead’s dismissal.
The head coach has only spent two full seasons at Mississippi State, of which he’s gone 14-12 with two bowl game losses. While the program hasn’t been excellent since the departure of former quarterback Dak Prescott, the destination is indeed a SEC job and should attract relative candidates. However, having to annually go up against Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Texas A&M will almost certainly keep their potential next hire awake at night.
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Sources: Mississippi State is exploring firing coach Joe Moorhead. No formal decision has been made. School officials have been discussing Moorhead's future since a spate of off-field issues, including the fight that led to QB Garrett Schraeder missing the Music City Bowl.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) January 3, 2020
Things aren’t looking promising for the Bulldogs’ head coach.
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