One of the hottest young names in all of College Football has found a new home.

Campbell is replacing Paul Rhoads who was fired last week and will be in Ames on Sunday for an official announcement.

Last year, Campbell made $495,000 as Toledo's head coach and the school actually offered him an extension on Saturday that would of made him the highest paid coach in the Mid-American conference, but he declined as he's head to Iowa State.

Cyclone fans have to be so excited upon hearing this news.  The program at ISU has been terrible at best the last few years and to think you are able to add the most sought after non-power 5 coach out there is pretty impressive.

In his time as Toledo's head coach, Campbell went 35-14 in four seasons.

According to reports, Iowa State will pay the $200,000 buyout for Campbell at Toledo.


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