By Matt Zenitz, On3 Sports: Washington State is targeting Western Kentucky’s Ben Arbuckle for its offensive coordinator job, sources tell On3. The expectation is that he’ll be hired.
In his first year as Western Kentucky’s offensive play-caller, Arbuckle led the way for a Hilltoppers offense that’s ranked sixth nationally in total offense and that posted 677 yards in a 44-23 win over South Alabama in the New Orleans Bowl.
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Washington State is targeting Western Kentucky's Ben Arbuckle for its offensive coordinator job, sources tell On3. The expectation is that he'll be hired.
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