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BYU coaches of the past: Where they are now

Published: Thursday, Jan. 17 2013 3:37 p.m. MST

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Mark Weber spent the past six seasons as the offensive line coach at BYU. Poor offensive line performance the last couple years had fans wondering if he would be a casualty of coaching changes this off-season. Rumors circulated that Weber would be fired or possibly retire from coaching, but many fans were surprised when Weber accepted the offensive line/assistant head coach position at Utah State University on Jan. 7.

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idablu
Idaho Falls, ID

Steve Clark would be a really good hire. Bronco and Robert: Don't blow this!

AFCoug
Colorado Springs, CO

Of all the casualties this season I am going to miss Cahoon the most. I believe he still had a ton to offer as recievers coach and was key in Hoffman's development. That said Apo has been a different story up to this time. I hope the best for Cahoon and believe he will land on his feet in a new program and tear it up just as he did in Canada!

frugalfly
PULLMAN, WA

Losing Cahoon is a big mistake!

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