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Taylor: Looking at Candidates to Replace Bohl

Taylor: Looking at Candidates to Replace Bohl

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Updated 2:05: NDSU Athletic Director Gene Taylor spoke to the media and Bison Nation in a press conference carried only by Valley News Live. Taylor confirmed that Bohl accepted the position at the University of Wyoming and that the search would begin for candidates to replace Bohl. This would include candidates internal to the NDSU football program. Taylor was asked about the timing of the announcement and said he wasn't sure why the information was released when it was. He also confirmed the University of Wyoming is paying $100,000 to buy-out Bohl's NDSU contract.

Stay with Valley News Live as we plan on carrying the press conference live from the University of Wyoming live as they announce Craig Bohl as their head coach. And tonight on Valley News Live 10@10 hear what message Craig Bohl has for Bison Nation in an interview you will only see on Valley News Live.

Updated 1:13pm: NDSU has called a press conference for this afternoon to discuss the departure of Bison head coach Craig Bohl. Gene Taylor will be making remarks regarding the future and what's next for the program. Valley News Live will carry the press conference live online and on KXJB Channel 4 and KVLY Channel 11.

Original Story:

NDSU Head Football coach Craig Bohl confirmed on this morning's coach's show on KXJB channel 4 that he has been negotiating with the University of Wyoming. While not directly saying he had accepted a position with the university he did say he is flying to Wyoming for a press conference later today.

Bohl said he had retained representation some time ago. He also said he had fulfilled his commitment to Gene Taylor to win a national championship. The Bison are now on a run to win their third.

Valley News Live will carry the press conference live from Wyoming at 6pm for Bison Nation to see.

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