Georgia State Fires 2015 Sun Belt Coach of the Year Trent Miles

After losing at home 37-23 to ULM to fall to 2-8 on the season, Georgia State has appeared to make a change.

Miles’s tenure came with a 9-38 overall record, but you have to handicap that a bit. Georgia State was BY FAR the worst job in FBS when he took over. 60,000 empty red seats every home game, no FBS depth, no weight room (that since has changed), no real fan base and so on.

In 2015, Georgia State came back from 2-6 to win their final four games, including the most lopsided win by a visitor in Georgia Southern history, 34-7 over the Eagles, to qualify for the Cure Bowl. Miles earned Sun Belt Coach of the Year honors in 2015.

With Georgia State ready to move into the soon-to-be-former Turner Field next season, it appears that Charlie Cobb and Georgia State are going with all-new everything. New stadium, new mentality, new coach.

No announcement by the school has been made yet, so no interim coach has been named. Next Saturday is the big rivalry game in the Georgia Dome finale against Georgia Southern before a trip to Idaho to end the season.

One thought on “Georgia State Fires 2015 Sun Belt Coach of the Year Trent Miles

  1. Bill Curry started this program out in shambles and left Trent Miles a mess to start with, on top of the decision to move up to FBS, Trent Miles was doomed from the start. Please give Navy offensive coordinator, Ivin Jasper a interview for the head coaching job.


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