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Here Are All The College Football Coaching Changes Heading Into 2017

Bob Stoops shakes hands after an epic Bedlam win vs. Oklahoma State.

NORMAN, OK - NOVEMBER 24: Head Coach Bob Stoops of the Oklahoma Sooners shakes hands after the game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys November 24, 2012 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma State 51-48 in overtime. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

These are the college football programs that made a coaching change over the offseason.

A total of 23 schools will have a new head coach this upcoming season after a tumultuous offseason highlighted by Bob Stoops' retirement and Hugh Freeze's resignation.

In addition, all eyes will be on Tom Herman this year as he tries to rejuvenate a stumbling Texas program, and P.J. Fleck will have his work cut out for him at Minnesota.

You can check out the entire list of coaching changes below:

Baylor — Out: Jim Grobe, In: Matt Rhule

Cal — Out: Sonny Dykes, In: Justin Wilcox

Cincinnati — Out: Tommy Tuberville, In: Luke Fickell

Connecticut — Out: Bob Diaco, In: Randy Edsall

Florida Atlantic — Out: Charlie Partridge, In: Lane Kiffin

Florida International — Out: Ron Turner, In: Butch Davis

Fresno State — Out: Tim DeRuyter, In: Jeff Tedford

Georgia State — Out: Trent Miles, In: Shawn Elliott

Houston — Out: Tom Herman, In: Major Applewhite

Indiana — Out: Kevin Wilson, In: Tom Allen

LSU — Out: Les Miles, In: Ed Orgeron

Minnesota — Out: Tracy Claeys, In: P.J. Fleck

Nevada — Out: Brian Polian, In: Jay Norvell

Oklahoma — Out: Bob Stoops, In: Lincoln Riley

Ole Miss — Out: Hugh Freeze, In: Matt Luke (interim)

Oregon — Out: Mark Helfrich, In: Willie Taggart

Purdue — Out: Darrell Hazell, In: Jeff Brohm

San Jose State — Out: Ron Caragher, In: Brent Brennan

South Florida — Out: Willie Taggart, In: Charlie Strong

Temple — Out: Matt Rhule, In: Geoff Collins

Texas — Out: Charlie Strong, In: Tom Herman

Western Kentucky — Out: Jeff Brohm, In: Mike Sanford

Western Michigan — Out: P.J. Fleck, In: Tim Lester

Time will tell how these guys fare.