San Jose State's offensive and defensive coordinators acknowledged the possibility of joining Mike MacIntyre's new staff at Colorado.
The Denver Post reported MacIntyre planned to bring Kent Baer (defense) and Brian Lindgren (offense) if the two coordinators wanted to join him in Boulder.
Baer, who is serving as the Spartans' interim head coach for the Military Bowl against Bowling Green on Dec. 27 in Washington, said it's likely he'll make the move. He was presumably a candidate to replace MacIntyre as head coach, but SJSU hired University of San Diego coach Ron Caragher on Monday.
"There's a good chance," Baer said of going to Colorado. "You never know until you get on the airplane, but there's a good chance."
Lindgren also spoke of possibly joining MacIntyre.
"The opportunity is there. We're still deciding what's best for my family," Lindgren said.
Caragher said Wednesday that he's in the process of assembling his staff and has some offers out to coaches he's worked with in the past. He also indicated there will be some holdovers from the previous staff, citing the importance of continuity.
Terry Malley, the Spartans' wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator, seems a likely candidate to remain with SJSU.
Reigning WCC Player of the Year Matthew Dellavedova of Saint Mary's, Evan Roquemore of Santa Clara and Chasson Randle of Stanford are watch list candidates for the Bob Cousy Award, given to the nation's top point guard. Dellavedova was among the five finalists for the award last season.
Wire services contributed to this report.