Ken Niumatalolo Is Reportedly A 'Serious Candidate' For Arizona Job

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Arizona is expecting an answer by the end of the day, with the hope of announcing Niumatalolo and then introducing him to fans at Saturday's basketball game. On Friday, it seems as though the have found their guy.

Niumatalolo has been the Midshipmen's head coach for the past decade, compiling an overall record of 84-48 including 18-6 in the American Athletic Conference.

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reported Friday that Niumatalolo is emerging as a strong candidate to replace Rich Rodriguez along with Beau Baldwin and Kevin Sumlin.

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Ken Niumatalolo was unexpectedly absent from the Navy football offices today, fueling strong speculation that he will be the next coach of the Arizona Wildcats.

Despite his rushing prowess, Tate expressed dismay with the thought of running Niumatalolo's triple-option offense. He interviewed extensively at BYU two years ago, before ultimately deciding to stay at Navy. He spent time at UNLV before becoming an assistant at Navy.