JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -Florida offensive coordinator Dan Mullen will be the new football coach at Mississippi State.
A spokesman confirmed the hire to The Associated Press on Wednesday afternoon. Mullen will be arriving in Starkville later in the day and will be introduced at a news conference Thursday.
Mullen has been an assistant coach for 14 years and spent the last eight with Florida coach Urban Meyer at Bowling Green, Utah and Florida.
The top-ranked Gators won the Southeastern Conference championship with a dominant offense led by Tim Tebow and will play No. 2 Oklahoma for the BCS national championship next month.

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