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December 10, 2008 at 12:26 PM

Another new potential assistant?

Yet another potential candidate for UW’s staff has emerged as FootballScoop.com is reporting that Charlie Camp may be part of the new staff in some capacity.
Here is Camp’s bio from when he was on the staff at San Jose State in 2006 and his bio from his days at Nevada in 2007. Looks as if he was not coaching this season after resigning at Nevada following the 2007 season.
Most of his experience is with linebackers, including at Oregon State in 2003 and 2004.
Also, in case you missed it on the last post, there are reports that the new strength coach will be Ivan Lewis, who has been an assistant strength coach at USC. As this story details, Lewis once worked as a volunteer at UW.

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