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Michigan’s Sherrone Moore is a head coach candidate for CU Buffs

Michigan’s Sherrone Moore is a head coach candidate for CU Buffs

The Colorado Buffaloes football season is nearly over, which means the head coaching search should be complete soon.

Ryan Walters has been discussed as a favorite for the job, but nobody really knows what athletic Rick George and Co. are thinking. Bryan Harsin is another interesting candidate.

But one lesser-known name who makes a lot of sense is Sherrone Moore, the co-offensive coordinator at Michigan (h/t Adam Munsterteiger of Buff Stampede).

Moore is one of the hottest assistant coaches in college football after tutoring a Michigan offensive line group that won the Joe Moore Award in 2021. But Moore does not have any head coaching experience.

Moore is just 36 years old, which is a different direction than many expect the Buffs to go. He also has no head coaching experience, but working at Michigan shows how respected he is across the country. He also spent time at Louisville and Central Michigan before joining the Wolverines staff in 2018.

Do the Buffs roll with a first-time head coach? That remains to be seen, but the money to pay a top-tier name probably isn’t there due to the massive buyout for Karl Dorrell.

Pretty soon we should have an answer or at least an indication of who is officially in the running for the Buffs’ head coach job.

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