BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) -Bowling Green hired former Tennessee offensive coordinator Dave Clawson as its head coach.
Clawson spent only one season at Tennessee, but newly hired Volunteers' coach Lane Kiffin decided not to keep him on staff. Clawson replaces Gregg Brandon, who was fired after six seasons.
Tennessee's offense struggled under Clawson this season, ranking near the bottom of all major college teams in total offense.
Much of Clawson's success came in the Football Championship Subdivision, where he was head coach at Richmond and Fordham and twice won coach of the year honors.
He led Richmond to the national semifinals in 2007.

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