InsideTheU.com has confirmed the University of Miami has hired former Florida State offensive coordinator, James Coley, to fill the same position for the Hurricanes.
Coley has served as FSU's offensive coordinator for three years. He spent five years total with the Seminoles.
Coley is also considered one of the top recruiters in the South Florida area. He has family ties in the Miami area and began his coaching career at Miami High School, where he coached future Miami stars Andre Johnson and Roscoe Parrish.
He started his coaching career at Florida International in 2007 and worked under current Miami associate head coach Mario Cristobal.
Coley will lead a Miami offense that will return ten starters from the 2012 season. Miami's offense averaged 440 yards per game on offense this past season while averaging 31 points per game.
Coley is a Florida State graduate.
James Coley Timeline
1997-99 Miami High (QB Coach)
2000-02 Miami Norland High (Offensive coordinator)
2003-04 LSU (Graduate Assistant)
2005-06 Miami Dolphins (Quality control)
2007 FIU (Offensive coordinator/QB Coach)
2008-09 Florida State (Tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator)
2010-2012 Florida State (Offensive coordinator/tight ends coach)