Florida State reportedly hires Tim Brewster to coach TEs

Dane Mizutani

It seems like it was yesterday the crowds at TCF Bank Stadium were calling for Tim Brewster's head.

Now, the 52-yeard old will coach at a program that won the Orange Bowl last season.

Brewster and Florida State reportedly agreed to a deal Wednesday that will make Brewster the tight ends coach for the Seminoles next season. He spent 18 season coaching tight ends at the professional level before he was hired as the Gophers head football coach in 2007.

Brewster spent four seasons with Minnesota and was fired in 2010 after posting a 15-30 record at the helm. He spent last season at Mississippi State coaching wide receivers.