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December 17, 2013 at 3:41 PM

Report: Former Florida offensive coordinator to join UW coaching staff

Former Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease will join Chris Petersen‘s coaching staff at Washington, according to coachingsearch.com.

It’s unclear in what role Pease will serve at UW.

Pease was one of two Florida assistant coaches fired earlier this month after the Gators’ first losing season since 1979. Florida finished the season ranked 112th in the nation in total offense.

Before heading to Florida before the 2012 season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Pease, 49, was an assistant under Petersen at Boise State from 2006-11, serving first as the wide receivers coach and then as offensive coordinator.

A Moscow, Idaho, native, Pease spent two years as the quarterback at Walla Walla Community College before starring at Montana in 1985-86. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings and spent two years with the Houston Oilers.

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