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December 16, 2008 at 6:19 PM

More on DC search

With an offensive coordinator hired, defensive coordinator now becomes the most high-profile opening left on UW’s coaching staff.
Rocky Seto of USC turned it down today and explains why in this blog item in the Orange Country Register.
Former New Mexico coach Rocky Long has been rumored as another possibility. Sarkisian said only that he had a couple of guys in mind and that no offers had been made.
Louisville DC Ron English has also been rumored, but this report says he is also in the mix to be the head coach at Eastern Michigan and one source indicated English wasn’t all that interested in coming to UW.
Indications are also that DeWayne Walker doesn’t have much interest in coming to UW, either.
The story linked above with English mentions instead that Walker could be a candidate for the DC job at LSU, one of several big-name schools that has an opening for coordinator, including Clemson, Syracuse, and most recently Michigan, which opened today.

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