Arizona State Sun Devils head football coach Todd Graham has named Paul Randolph as senior associate head coach. Randolph has spent the past six seasons working under Graham and spent last season at the University of Pittsburgh as associate head coach, co-defensive coordinator and defensive line coach.
Randolph has been instrumental in multiple rebuilding projects that turned into success stories. Prior to arriving at Pitt, Randolph spent four seasons at Tulsa as Tulsa turned into a perennial bowl team winning 36 games during that time and three bowls.
In 2006, Randolph worked under Graham at Rice University and helped lead the Owls to their first bowl berth in 45 years and a 7-5 regular season record.
Randolph was the defensive ends coach at Alabama from 2003 to 2005 as the Crimson Tide were among the nation's top defenses. During his stint at Alabama, Randolph was also named one of the country's top 25 recruiters by Rivals.