The Saskatchewan Roughriders have looked East to find their new head coach.
The club has called a news conference for Thursday afternoon, where they will announce that Corey Chamblin will take over for the recently-retired Ken Miller.
The 34-year-old Chamblin was the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' defensive co-ordinator last season. He was a defensive backs coach in Calgary from 2008-10 and had the same job in Winnipeg during the 2007 season.
Chamblin has five years of CFL coaching experience.
The Roughriders are coming off a 5-13 campaign in which they missed the playoffs. In 2009 and 2010, Saskatchewan made consecutive Grey Cup appearances, narrowly losing both times to the Montreal Alouettes.