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Ex-Tulane, UCLA coach Bob Toledo named SDSU OC

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A year and some change after “resigning” from his duties as head coach of Tulane, Bob Toledo has been named the offensive coordinator for San Diego State.

Aztecs coach Rocky Long made the announcement Thursday afternoon.

“We are thrilled to add Coach Toledo to our staff,” Long said. “He has a great football mind and has done a fantastic job of developing offensive talent. His knowledge of California football will only help our recruiting as we continue to build our program here at San Diego State.”

Toledo was 15-40 in four-plus years with the Green Wave, which  did not win more than four games in a single season during that span. Toledo was also the head coach of the UCLA Bruins from 1996-2002 where he put together a 49-32 overall record.

Toledo replaces Andy Ludwig, who joined Gary Andersen at Wisconsin.

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4 Responses to “Ex-Tulane, UCLA coach Bob Toledo named SDSU OC”
  1. tttrojan4life says: Jan 10, 2013 11:15 PM

    Great hire for SDSU!!!!!!!!!

  2. mrlaloosh says: Jan 10, 2013 11:19 PM

    Hey Toledo, thanks for leaving Tulane with such great talent. Loser.

  3. v2the4 says: Jan 11, 2013 11:20 AM

    Toledo is a great offensive mind, when he has talent to work with…

    that was the problem at Tulane…no talent…all the good football players in new orleans are heading to 1)LSU 2) Alabama, 3)Southern and Grambling, and then the Louisiana directional schools

    Tulane gets what is leftover, and has to recruit Texas hard to get recruits

  4. thegamecocker says: Jan 11, 2013 4:38 PM

    I’m sure Hurricane Katrina didn’t help Coach Toledo. Lay off the guy.

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