BYU coaches of the past: Where they are now

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

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Ken Schmidt was retained as part of Gary Crowton’s first staff following the retirement of the legendary LaVell Edwards. In his two years on staff under Crowton, he served as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. In December 2002, he announced his retirement from coaching in order to “play golf, go fishing and travel to see (his) kids” who were living in different parts of the country at that time. Schmidt remains retired.

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Idaho Falls, ID

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

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!


Losing Cahoon is a big mistake!

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