BYU coaches of the past: Where they are now

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

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Ben Cahoon retired from the Canadian Football League and was immediately hired to coach the wide receivers at BYU, while Joe DuPaix considered BYU a dream job for him. Both were hired in 2011 in conjunction with Brandon Doman’s promotion to Offensive coordinator. Both were released after two seasons in Provo. Neither has been announced as potential candidates for other jobs around the country at this time.

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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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