BYU football: Robert Anae to take job with Arizona, Brandon Doman offered spot
PROVO — Robert Anae is getting a fresh start in Tucson.
Anae, who resigned last week as BYU's offensive coordinator, was hired Monday by the University of Arizona, a source close to the situation told the Deseret News.
Wildcat coach Mike Stoops lost co-offensive coordinator Bill Bedenbaugh over the weekend to West Virginia. Stoops filled that position by bringing on Anae, who served as the Cougars' offensive coordinator from 2005-2010.
BYU quarterbacks coach Brandon Doman, meanwhile, has been offered the Cougars' offensive coordinator job to replace Anae.
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