A few weeks after being fired as the head coach at Mississippi State, Joe Moorhead as some suitors. According to a recent report from FootballScoop, Oregon may want the former Bulldogs leader to run the offense in Eugene.

FootballScoop is reporting that Moorhead is one of three “leading candidates” for the offensive coordinator job on Mario Cristobal’s staff. The vacancy became available when former OC Marcus Arroyo agreed to become the next head coach at UNLV.

Though Moorhead’s time at Mississippi State was inconsistent, he had tremendous success at Penn State in 2016 and 2017 running the Nittany Lions offense. He brings plenty of credentials to the job.

Along with Moorhead, Oregon is also expected to target Los Angeles Rams offensive assistant Jedd Fisch and Tulane offensive coordinator Will Hall. A decision is expected to be made by the end of the week, according to FootballScoop.

Mississippi State parted ways with Moorhead following a 6-7 season, which included a Music City Bowl loss to Louisville. The Bulldogs were 14-12 in two years under Moorhead.