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Report: 49ers assistant Paul Wulff will leave for college coordinator position

Paul Wulff while he was with Washington State
Paul Wulff while he was with Washington StatePhoto by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The San Francisco 49ers will be losing at least two coaches on their staff from the 2013 season. Offensive assistant coach Paul Wulff will be leaving the 49ers at the end of the year to be the offensive coordinator at the University of South Florida, which was confirmed by Cam Inman.

Wulff will be joining Willie Taggert, a coach who was once in charge of the running backs under Harbaugh while at Stanford from 2007-2009. He initially joined the team in May of 2012 as a senior offensive assistant.

Previously, Wulff was the head coach at Washington State from 2008-2011 where he went 9-40 in his four seasons before being fired. He also spent time at Eastern Washington University, FCS school.

The loss of Wulff marks the second coach under Harbaugh to take a job elsewhere in the 2013 season. Previously, offensive line coach Tim Drevno to an identical job with the University of Southern California which he also will have running game coordinator responsibilities.

Other coaches who are drawing interest from other teams and universities include offensive coordinator Greg Roman and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. It has been confirmed that Roman interviewed for the Penn State job this week.