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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Jeff Stoutland
Alabama has hired former Miami Hurricanes assistant Jeff Stoutland to replace retiring offensive line coach Joe Pendry.
Plans are already being made for Miami to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its 2001 national championship over the coming year.
When Jeff Stoutland says he wears Miami's "U" on his chest, he's talking about something deeper than a logo on a polo shirt.
Miami offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland has accepted an offer to be the Hurricanes' interim coach, taking over less than one day after the university fired Randy Shannon, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Miami offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland has accepted an offer to be the Hurricanes' interim coach, taking over less than one day after the university fired Randy Shannon.
His voice nearly cracking, Miami athletic director Kirby Hocutt somberly laid out some of the many reasons why Randy Shannon was right for the Hurricanes.
"We are in a tough situation," Stoutland said. "There is no doubt, but that does not change our commitment to the young men on this team. Everyone on this coaching staff remains fully committed to this program and finishing this season the right way."
"I will say this and I mean this from the bottom of my heart," Stoutland said.