CORAL GABLES, Fla. -

The University of Miami named its new offensive coordinator, and hurt one of its rivals in the process.

James Coley, who served as the offensive coordinator at Florida State for the last three seasons, was named UM's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach on Thursday.

Coley also coached tight ends at FSU. He was named the ACC's top recruiter in 2010 by ESPN.com.

“We’re excited about adding James Coley’s leadership, expertise and passion to our staff and Miami Hurricane Football,” head coach Al Golden said. “I’ve been an admirer of his offenses output and execution, his commitment to student-athlete development as well as his relentless approach to recruiting Dade and Broward counties."