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    Thursday, January 18, 2007

    Ga. Tech's Gailey In Final Two For Dolphins Job

    At least four candidates have told University of Miami coach Randy Shannon they are not interested in becoming the Hurricanes' offensive coordinator.

    John McNulty, Rutgers' assistant offensive coordinator, was offered the UM job but told Shannon he is remaining in his present position, according to The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J.

    UM Athletic Director Paul Dee said that he expected an offensive coordinator to be hired this week.


    N.C. State's new defensive coordinator has head coaching experience, once served on a staff with Wolfpack coach Tom O'Brien and comes from a program that won eight games, including a bowl, this past season.

    O'Brien, as expected, announced Tuesday that Mike Archer would head up his new defensive staff. Archer was at Kentucky the past four years as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.

    The process to fill the Dolphins' head coaching vacancy is believed down to a two-man race between Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey and San Diego offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.

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