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December 29, 2006 at 9:28 PM

Pac-10 back, Yarber officially gone

So maybe I was a bit hasty in declaring the Pac-10 dead as Cal and Oregon State have won the last two days to bring the conference to 2-3. Still, not sure a possible 3-3 record is really worth screaming about. But if USC beats Michigan, the Pac-10 can be judged more respectablly.
Also, Arizona State finally made the Eric Yarber hiring official. Here is the press release. As written here earlier, don’t expect a replacement anytime soon. UW coach Tyrone Willingham said he may take a while, and that’s what he’s done in the past at UW. He may even wait until after letter-of-intent day to see what other coaches may be available.
There has been speculation since the day Yarber was said to be leaving that one possibility is moving Trent Miles to receivers coach. As his bio here shows, he has extensive experience as a receivers coach, including at Notre Dame and Stanford under Willingham.

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