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December 10, 2008 at 9:22 PM

A few done deals?

As noted earlier, there aren’t expected to be any official announcements on new coaches until early next week, according to what Steve Sarkisian has said several times in recent days.
However, sources have indicated tonight that there may be a few done deals.
Specifically, current Idaho assistant Johnny Nansen is reported to have been hired as the new defensive line coach, Demetrice Martin as the secondary coach and Charlie Camp as the linebackers coach.
I’m hearing conflicting things on the defensive coordinator job with both Rocky Seto and Ron English said to be involved. Official word out of USC on Seto is that nothing has happened with him and UW and he is currently on a recruiting trip for the Trojans. A Louisville source also said there didn’t appear to be anything imminent with English.
I was also told tonight that Ivan Lewis will be the new strength coach and that current USC graduate assistant Yogi Roth has been interviewed for the QB job but that nothing official has happened on that.
Also, heard one new name on the offensive side of the ball — Al Dorsey, who is currently an administrative assistant at USC. Word is he could be a candidate to become the O-line coach. Here’s a little profile of Dorsey.

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