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ASU grabs WR coach from Wisconsin

DelVaughn Alexander

New Arizona State coach Todd Graham has added another member to his staff.

The school announced today that former Wisconsin wide receivers coach DelVaughn Alexander would join the Sun Devils in the same capacity. Alexander has spent the past five seasons with the Badgers and previously spent time at Oregon State and USC (graduate assistant).

Wisconsin, known as a running game school, passed for 3,280 yards, the highest total in school history. Receiver Nick Toon led the team with 64 catches for 926 yards and 10 scores.

Alexander joins  Mike Norvell (co-OC), Chris Ball (co-DC/ safeties), Chris Thomsen (RB) and Bob Connelly (O-line) as part of Graham’s coaching staff.

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2 Responses to “ASU grabs WR coach from Wisconsin”
  1. lemmam says: Jan 4, 2012 11:16 PM

    any coach that follows the a-hole graham is a fool. he’ll be out of asu in two, three years tops. commitment, loyalty, integrity are words he does not know

  2. pdcooper08 says: Jan 5, 2012 2:17 AM

    I’m sure tyour right. As well, ASU never wins anything special. They seem to find ways to lose at the end every year. Nothing will change this coming year except some faces and names. Same old ASU.

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