Rich Rodriguez is on the move again, and the former Ole Miss offensive coordinator, and head coach at West Virginia, Michigan and Arizona has landed a new job.

Rodriguez is reportedly the new head coach at Jacksonville State, which will soon join Conference-USA, Brett McMurphy of The Action Network reported. Rodriguez has been the offensive coordinator this season at Louisiana Monroe under Terry Bowden.

Rodriguez has been the conference coach of the year 5 times in 3 different leagues, according to his ULM bio.

Rodriguez most recently was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Ole Miss (2019), and previously served for 6 seasons as head coach at Arizona (2012-17). He earned Pac-12 Coach of the Year honors in 2014 after leading the Wildcats to their first 10-win season in over 15 years. He also guided the Mountaineers to 3 10-win seasons.