UPDATE: West Virginia officially hired Dana Holgorsen on Wednesday afternoon but said that all Mountaineers coaches would remain with the program until the Champs Sports Bowl vs. North Carolina State.
Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen is reportedly set to become the head coach in-waiting at West Virginia, a transaction that could affect the Arizona coaching staff.
And, of course, it could put a spin or two on the Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl, when the Wildcats take on the Cowboys in San Antonio.
Holgorsen reportedly would be offensive coordinator at West Virginia for the 2011 season and then take over for head coach Bill Stewart in 2012. Some reports have Holgorsen being able to bring in some new offensive assistants right away, and this is where it could get tricky for Arizona.
Holgorsen coached at Texas Tech under Mike Leach with a trio of UA assistants — offensive line coach and co-coordinator Bill Bedenbaugh, running backs coach and co-offensive coordinator Seth Littrell and outside receivers coach Dave Nichol.