Washington state Sources told ESPN that will make Jake Dickert its permanent head coach.
Dickert’s promotion is likely to be completed soon, with sources saying he was offered the position on Saturday night.
Dickert, in his second season as WSU’s defensive coordinator, was appointed head coach on October 18 after the school fired Nick Rolovich for failing to comply with the school’s vaccine regulations. government. Rolovich, during his second season at Washington State, and four other aides, refused to comply with the vaccine deadline set by Washington Governor Jay Inslee.
Since taking over as coach, Dickert has led Washington State to a 3-2 record, capped by the school’s most lopsided Apple Cup win ever, a 40-13 victory over Washington Friday night in Seattle.
Dickert, 38, came to Washington State after three years in Wyoming, including one as a defensive coordinator. A Wisconsin native and an extensive player at Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Dickert was never a head coach before replacing Rolovich and only began coaching for FBS in 2017. On3 first reported Washington. State plans to hire Dickert.
https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/32731704/washington-state-cougars-make-jake-dickert-permanent-head-coach Washington State Cougars to be permanent head coach for Jake Dickert