Dewayne Walker will reportedly leave New Mexico State for an assistant job in the NFL, according to Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports.
There had been earlier reports via @FootballScoop that a non-BCS head coach would be leaving the college ranks for a job in the pros. It appears that coach is Walker, the 52-year-old coach of the Aggies. Feldman reported that offensive coordinator Doug Martin would likely take over for Walker.
Walker hasn't done a great job with New Mexico State, who have a 10-40 record under him and have never won more than four games in a season, never having a winning year - although to be fair, they haven't had a winning year since 2002. This past year, the Aggies went 1-11, as well as 0-6 in conference. Walker has NFL experience - he served seven years for the New England Patriots, New York Giants, and Washington Redskins between 1998 and 2005 - but its not clear who he'll coach for in the NFL.