Thanks to Matt Hladik from Rivals for retweeting a bit about this earlier. Following Delaware's shocking firing of K.C. Keeler, some early speculation suggests that the Blue Hens may have some interest in one of their former assistants, Rutgers offensive coordinator Dave Brock. It's unclear whether there is any merit to these reports, or it's just speculation based on Delaware's athletic director formerly working at Boston College.
I have mixed feelings on this. Brock isn't Kirk Ciarrocca (another former Delaware assistant), meaning, his offenses aren't fundamentally, structurally unsound. He has called good gameplans at times. The problem is that the offense was overwhelmingly, impossibly conservative this year. Whether that came from Brock or Flood I can't say, but I want a bigger name offensive coordinator if only so it's a guy who has credibility to take the hammer to anyone if needed. That's what that sort of cachet allows more than anything.
Update: reports say Dave Cohen may be a candidate too.