Florida State is having a brutal season, with struggles on both sides of the ball, and Jimbo Fisher could make some major shake-ups to his staff.
Defensive coordinator Charles Kelly's unit has struggled, especially this past weekend when it gave up 35 points to Boston College, but the offense has been almost completely inept since losing starting quarterback Deondre Francois.
Now, one of the coaches that leads the offense may not have a chance to coach Francois when he returns.
Co-offensive coordinator Randy Sanders will probably not be back after this season, according to a report by 247Sports.
According to multiple sources, Randy Sanders, Florida State quarterback coach and co-offensive coordinator, is not expected to return next season.
Sanders joined the Seminoles in 2013, after stints at Kentucky and Tennessee. He has helped lead an offense that has had extremely strong quarterback play, most notably with Heisman winner and national champion Jameis Winston. Ultimately, head coach Jimbo Fisher is the point man for the offense, and after a campaign that could end without a bowl, changes will be demanded.