(STATS) - When the coaching carousel stopped spinning in FCS college football this offseason, the many schools involved - an incredible 25 for the second straight offseason - didn't just stand out.
The many big names did as well.
Big-name programs, including FCS dynasty North Dakota State, 2016 FCS champ James Madison and 2018 national semifinalist Maione, underwent change. There were big-name hires, including Mark Hudspeth at Austin Peay, Mike London at William & Mary and Tyrone Wheatley Sr. at Morgan State. Also, four coaches moved on to lead FBS schools - North Dakota State's Chris Klieman (Kansas State), James Madison's Mike Houston (East Carolina), Austin Peay's Will Healy (Charlotte) and Chattanooga's Tom Arth (Akron).