Al Pogue will reportedly leave the Auburn football staff to become the cornerbacks coach at Troy.
FootballScoop.com was the first to report the move.
Pogue has been part of the Auburn staff for the last three seasons. He was one of the only holdovers from Gene Chizik's staff. Gus Malzahn made him high school relations director when he was hired as head coach. Pogue has also served as an offensive quality control coach (2011) and special teams quality control assistant (2012).
Pogue was a high school coach for 13 seasons before he made the jump to college. He had a 46-24 record in six seasons as a head coach.
Pogue would replace Benjy Parker on the Troy staff. Parker left to become the defensive coordinator at Northwest Community College.