Arizona State adds Lindsey as offensive coordinator

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TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona State has hired Southern Miss offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Chip Lindsey to handle the same positions on head coach Todd Graham's staff.

Lindsey will replace Mike Norvell, who became the Memphis head coach last week.

Lindsey spent the past two seasons at Southern Miss, helping the Golden Eagles break five major offensive records, including passing and total yards, touchdowns and points. Southern Miss won the Conference USA West Division title and earned a berth in the Heart of Dallas Bowl against Washington.

Lindsey previously spent two seasons as an offensive analyst on Gus Malzahn's staff at Auburn after a stint at Troy and a long career as a high school coach.

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