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Topic - Bryan Harsin
The hometown boy who walked on at Boise State and years later engineered the offense that sparked the team's emergence as a BCS contender is home again, this time as the Broncos' head coach.
Boise State has hired former player and offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin to be the Broncos next head coach.
With spring football beginning on campuses around the country this month, six 30-something coaches are getting their first crack at running a program. That doesn't include Willie Taggart _ he'll be 37 when South Florida kicks off next fall and it will be head coaching job No. 2 for him.
Texas is taking a ghost from Oklahoma's past into this weekend's Red River Rivalry game.
Garrett Gilbert has earned a second chance to be the starting quarterback at Texas.
Texas coach Mack Brown is keeping his rebuilding project private _ for now.
After a decade at Boise State, new Texas offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin promises one thing. He won't try to change the color of the field.
Seeking to add some punch to an offense that faltered badly last season, Texas coach Mack Brown hired Boise State offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin on Friday to handle the play-calling for the Longhorns.
Kellen Moore is uniquely indistinguishable. He's modest and reserved, unlikely to draw attention to himself. At 6-feet tall and 186 pounds, he hardly looks the part of a football hero.
"I'm proud to be in that position, and come in after guys who have been successful," said Harsin, who agreed to a five-year, $6.5 million deal. "They've been successful for a reason."
"Our style is our style and it's a Boise thing and I'm looking forward to implementing that and getting back involved in that," he said.