Coach and former player Bryan Dale Harsin most recently served as head coach at Auburn University. After losing to Arkansas 41-27 on Monday, Auburn fired coach Bryan Harsin, ending a tough and disappointing stint.
It didn’t help that the team finished the season with five straight losses, losing contests to teams like Texas A&M, Mississippi State and South Carolina. It was also predicted that he could be fired without cause for $18.3 million, with a 70% money guarantee for the final five years of his contract.
Harsin won about 80% of his game with Boise State, but he was 6-7 last season. Likewise, he led the Tigers for one season and eight games, going 9-12 overall and 4-9 against SEC opponents. Auburn’s record for this year is 3-5.
To detail, he coached the Boise State University Broncos from the 2014 season through the 2020 season, compiling a 64-17 record before taking over as head coach of the Auburn Tigers.
Harsin, born and raised in Boise, graduated from Capital High School and played quarterback for three years from 1995-1999 at Boise State University. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in business management there in 2000.
Why did Auburn fire Bryan Harsin?
Harsin finished the year 3-5 and 9-12 overall. While battling Power Five opponents, Auburn has lost four straight games, with a 41-27 loss to Arkansas on October 29 serving as the break point.
What was Auburn’s deal with Bryan Harsin?
Harsin, who agreed to a six-year, $31.5 million contract in 2020, is entitled to $15.575 million, or 70% of his remaining contract balance.
What is the name of Bryan Harsin’s wife?
Bryan Harsin is married to Kes Harsin. Together they have three children: Dayn Mykena Harsin, Devyn Lynn Harsin and Davis Harsin.
How tall is Bryan Harsin?
Bryan Harsin is 1.78m (5ft 10in) tall.
Where is Clesi Hook from Auburn University?
Since leaving Auburn in July 2022, Clesi Crochet has worked as Beyond Sparta’s coordinator.