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January 31, 2007 at 8:38 AM

Coaching candidates

It now seems likely that the Huskies won’t hire a new receivers coach until after letter-of-intent day.
UW coach Tyrone Willingham has reportedly interviewed several candidates, according to a school spokesman. Among those are thought to be UCLA receivers coach D.J. McCarthy, former Dolphins receivers coach Charlie Baggett (whom we wrote a lot about here last week), and former Arizona State receivers coach Darryl Jackson.
Here’s a story we published on McCarthy a few years ago detailing his ties to the school.Not only did he play here but his wife, Trisha, is a former gymnast at Washington.
Here’s a bio on Jackson, who was let go as receivers coach at ASU when that school hired Dennis Erickson. If Jackson were hired, it would be a swap of receivers coaches as UW’s opening was created when Erickson hired Eric Yarber when he took over at ASU.
You’ll notice Jackson is from the same high school as Anthony Boyles. You’ll also notice the long list of quality receivers he’s coached at ASU, including Derek Hagan.

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