Does taking a head coaching job elsewhere forbid you from coaching during the bowl game that same year?

For example Kliff Kingsbury, the offensive coordinator with A & M taking the Texas Tech Job, or Dave Doeren of NIU leaving to take the head coaching job at North Carolina State. I was just wondering, because neither one of these 2 guys are coaching during the bowl game for their former teams.

Asked By: RIVERKID - 1/1/2013
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I'm not sure if there's a rule like that, but it would be awkward and difficult to break in a new system after a team had been playing by a different one all season long. That's why these schools promoted a guy from within for the game.
Answered By: Boise Brett - 1/1/2013
Usually the new school wants you out there recruiting in December... not wasting your time coaching your former school. And you aren't coaching the bowl game if you aren't coaching the practices... More
Answered By: LegFuJohnson - 1/1/2013
No. Bo Pelini served as defensive coordinator for LSU in the National Championship Game after he was hired as Head Coach of Nebraska.
Answered By: Steve - 1/1/2013
I don't know If its a rule. But as a player I would have trouble listening to and playing under a man who just left us for another school before seasons even over. Also if I was an athletic director. I would want the former coach off campus and never have anything to do with ever again... More
Answered By: Quantavious J - 1/1/2013
No - but what is the usual scenario is what you see -- the head coach leaves and an interim coach from the existing staff will coach the Bowl game.
Answered By: Zombie Birdhouse - 1/2/2013
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