Cal Football Special Teams Coach Charlie Ragle reportedly in the mix for Montana State Head Coach gig
A surprise development
Cal Football Special Teams coach Charlie Ragle is currently being named on the shortlist to become the next Head Coach at Montana State, according to skylinesportsmt.com. Montana State is currently looking for a new HC after Jeff Choate left the position, after 3 years in charge, to become inside linebackers coach and Co-DC under Steve Sarkesian at Texas.
According to the report, Coach Ragle has had a zoom interview with the hiring committee. He is a strong candidate according to Skyline Sports, alongside
Coach Ragle is currently the only position coach and coordinator left on Cal’s staff that has been at the same position from the start of Coach Wilcox’s tenure. The other only remaining position coach from the start of the Wilcox era is Coach Tui, who moved from QB to Tight End. He’s been the special teams’ coordinator while dropping the tight ends coach role after the rule change to allow the 10th assistant. Prior to joining the Bears, Ragle has had stops as a head coach at the high school rank in Arizona and as special teams coordinator under Rich Rodriguez at Arizona.