FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The coach of North Dakota State's upcoming opponent in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs says he's not surprised that Bison coach Craig Bohl took the Wyoming job - and nobody else should be, either.
Bohl plans to take over the Cowboys after the Bison finish their playoff run. North Dakota State is seeking its third straight FCS championship. That would equal the string by Appalachian State from 2005 to 2007.
Coastal Carolina coach Joe Moglia (MOH'-glee-uh) brings his Chanticleers (SHAWN'-tuh-kleers) to Fargo for Saturday's FCS quarterfinal matchup. The former TD Ameritrade CEO who's nicknamed the ''billionaire coach'' says ''most coaches in the world'' are always looking at the next step.
Moglia says Bohl has done a ''phenomenal job'' at NDSU, but great programs can have changes and continue to win.

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