Sources: Randy Sanders agrees to deal to coach East Tennessee St.

Randy Sanders, who spent the last four years as Florida State's co-offensive coordinator, has agreed to a deal to become East Tennessee State's head coach, sources told ESPN.

Sanders, 52, returns to the state of Tennessee, where he spent 22 seasons as a player and coach at the University of Tennessee from 1984 to 2005, the last seven as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Vols. Sanders also spent time as the offensive coordinator at Kentucky.

Among the quarterbacks Sanders has coached are Jameis Winston, Andre' Woodson, Randall Cobb and Tee Martin. Sanders was a part of national championship staffs at both Tennessee in 1998 and FSU in 2013.

Sanders replaces Carl Torbush, who retired following the 2017 season. East Tennessee State resurrected its football program in 2015 after disbanding the program following the 2003 season.