Sport Tate takes issue with Arizona’s reported interest in Niumatalolo

22:28  12 january  2018
22:28  12 january  2018 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

Report: Navy's Niumatalolo offered Arizona job

  Report: Navy's Niumatalolo offered Arizona job The Arizona Wildcats have reportedly offered their head coaching job to Navy’s Ken Niumatalolo. Jason Scheer of WildcatAuthority.com reported Friday that Niumatalolo was offered the job on Thursday. He has not yet decided to take it, and even his coaching staff is in the dark about his intentions.

Friday, reports surfaced that Navy’ s Ken Niumatalolo was a “strong candidate” to take over as the head coach at Arizona . If Niumatalolo is indeed hired, it appears he’ll have some work to do in order to keep the dynamic Tate on the roster.

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a man wearing a costume© Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports Amid rumors that the Arizona Wildcats are strongly considering hiring Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo for the same position, quarterback Khalil Tate has seemingly spoken out against such a hire in a tweet that has since been deleted.

In another deleted tweet, Tate declared he “didn’t come to Arizona to run the tripple option.”

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Tate has also strongly advocated for defensive coordinator Marcel Yates to be his next head coach.

Anyone who watched Navy in recent years know that Niumatalolo’s offense is almost exclusively a running offense, utilizing the triple option. His quarterbacks attempted just 102 passes all year long during the 2017 season, completing just 42 for 1,005 yards.

Appearing in 11 games this past season for the Wildcats, Tate — a dual-threat quarterback who had nearly as many rushing yards as he had passing — went 111-of-179 for 1,591 yards with 14 touchdowns and nine interceptions. While he is very much a running threat, it’s obvious he doesn’t want to be pigeon-holed here.

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