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Former WVU quarterback Clint Trickett is officially on the market and looking for his next coaching gig.
SOURCES: #FAU has parted ways with QB coach/Co-offensive coordinator Clint Trickett and special teams coordinator Jaron Fairman.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) January 3, 2021
According to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic and Fox Sports, Florida Atlantic and Trickett parted ways this afternoon.
Trickett, who was a holdover from Lane Kiffin’s staff, served as the Owls’ QB coach and co-offensive coordinator. He was a fan favorite for FAU, and likely won’t be looking for work long.
With his family member, Travis, on WVU’s staff, could we possibly see Clint on the sidelines in Morgantown next season. Only time will tell, but we certainly wouldn’t be opposed to the idea.
Trickett played for the Mountaineers from 2013-2014. He started 18 games, finishing with an 8-10 record, while tossing 25 touchdowns to 17 interceptions.