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Indiana reportedly raids Boise State for offensive coordinator

Brent Pease

For the better part of a month, Boise State offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin‘s name has been connected to the same job at Texas.

While they may ultimately end up being the case, it appears it’s a different Broncos assistant who’s taken leave of Chris Petersen‘s staff.

According to a tweet from Tom Dienhart of Rivals.com, BSU assistant head coach/wide receivers coach Brent Pease has accepted an offer to be offensive coordinator at Indiana.  It’s unclear when new head coach Kevin Wilson and/or the school will officially announce Pease’s hiring.

Pease has spent the past five seasons at Boise State.  Prior to that, he had served as an offensive coordinator at both Baylor and Kentucky.  He was also a coordinator at Div. 1-AA schools Northern Arizona and Montana, his alma mater.

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1 Response to “Indiana reportedly raids Boise State for offensive coordinator”
  1. edgy says: Dec 30, 2010 1:45 PM

    I think that it says a lot about a coach and his program when other coaches raid his staff. Not many crappy coaches or programs see their assistants in high demand and when Petersen has to replace an assistant because he got a promotion, it’s a loss that he’ll gladly take. The only problem I see is that if he does lose OC, it may be late in the process and he’ll have to scramble to find a replacement. I hope he has one in mind now because of that possibility.

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