Report: Eric Bieniemy, Colorado have mutual interest in head coach job

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The Colorado Buffaloes are in search of a brand new everlasting head soccer coach, and Eric Bieniemy could possibly be a candidate for the job.

Colorado misplaced its head coach when Mel Tucker resigned on Tuesday night time to take the job at Michigan State. On Wednesday, the Buffs named Darrin Chiaverini their interim head coach.

CU is looking for a brand new head coach and reportedly has expressed interest in Bieniemy. 9News in Denver’s Mike Klis says the interest between the sides is mutual.

Colorado also plans to interview Chiaverini for the full-time job.

Bieniemy, 50, was a star operating again at Colorado from 1987-1990. He returned to teach there after his NFL enjoying career and served as their operating backs coach from 2001-2002 before going to UCLA after which the Minnesota Vikings. Bieniemy came back to Colorado because the offensive coordinator beneath Jon Embree for 2 poor seasons the place the workforce went 4-21.

Bieniemy has rebuilt his status as a coach for the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs since 2013. He has served as Andy Reid’s offensive coordinator the previous two seasons and received interest for NFL head coaching vacancies however was passed up for all the jobs.