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January 16, 2008 at 10:14 PM

Bill Young to Miami?

The Huskies may have to dip even deeper into their list of defensive coordinator candidates as it is being reported tonight that Kansas DC Bill Young is heading to Miami.
Here’s a report from CSTV stating that Young spurned interest from UW to head instead to Miami, where head coach Randy Shannon is in his second season.
However, KUSports.com has quotes from Young tonight saying he has yet to accept an offer anywhere else and is still the DC of the Jayhawks.
One other reported candidate who a source said is likely interested is Tom Williams, the special teams coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars who was an assistant at UW under Rick Neuheisel from 1999-2001. Williams was linebackers coach at UW and left to become co-defensive coordinator at Stanford in 2002, where he played. Williams was a linebacker at Stanford and played there during a time when Tyrone Willingham was an assistant coach, so the two know each other.

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