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Question of the Day
THE NEW GUYS
There was quite a bit of turnover in the coaching ranks over the offseason, with some pretty big names landing in new places. Here’s a few:
Todd Graham, Arizona State. The fast-talking Texan has done everything right in Tempe so far, soothing concerns about bouncing around while building excitement for the program. All that’s left is to win some games.
Mike Leach, Washington State. His offenses are always entertaining. So’s his mouth.
Bill O’Brien, Penn State. The former o-coordinator of the New England Patriots might have the toughest job in the country.
Rich Rodriguez, Arizona. RichRod’s three-year run at Michigan didn’t go so well, but he has Tucson buzzing about football again with his suped-up offense.
Charlie Weis, Kansas. Weis’ first stint as a head coach petered out at Notre Dame. The Jayhawks are hoping he can turn around a program that languished under Turner Gill.
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