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Topic - Paul Chryst
When Brooks Bollinger resigned as quarterbacks coach at Pittsburgh in February, head coach Paul Chryst didn't hire another one. Instead, he added the job duties to his own.
Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst says that running back Isaac Bennett will need surgery on his sprained left
Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst has hired NFL veteran John Settle as the program's running backs coach.
When Wisconsin linebacker Mike Taylor was a kid, he used to watch the Badgers and dream of playing for Barry Alvarez.
The job has never been more difficult. The rewards have never been greater.
Paul Chryst turned Wisconsin's historically ho-hum offense into a high-powered attack that lit up scoreboards across the Big Ten.
A person with knowledge of the decision says Pittsburgh has hired Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst as its head football coach.
Wisconsin's Board of Regents has approved pay raises for head coach Bret Bielema and offensive coordinator Paul Chryst.
Each morning of his freshman summer in Madison, Scott Tolzien awoke in the pre-dawn chill and hopped on his rented red bicycle, racing his new teammates to Camp Randall Stadium for workouts and studies.
"We wanted to make sure it wasn't about scheme," Chryst said. "We wanted to make guys to focus on technique, the how to as opposed to what to do. It felt like it was a little bit faster, they kind of got it a little bit faster."
"I see some things going the right way," he said. "They've still got to do it, not just in summer and fall camp. It's got to translate to the games."