(Photo by The Herald-Dispatch)
Little brother could be getting a new leader very soon.
According to Grant Taylor of The Herald-Dispatch, Marshall head football coach Doc Holliday and athletic director Mike Hamrick have yet to discuss a new contract extension. The 2020 season is the last on Holliday’s current deal, and the team’s 17-10 loss to Buffalo on Friday has officially put his potential return in jeopardy.
The two sides are expected to meet in the new future to discuss terms, but given how stale Holliday’s tenure has become at Marshall, don’t be surprised if they decide to go their separate ways when it is all said and done.
Holliday has been the Herd’s head coach since 2010, and has compiled an 85-54 record in his eleven seasons.