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College football coaching hires lean toward offense

In recent seasons, schools have hired more assistants with background in offense
Compiled by Gina Mizell Modified: November 28, 2012 at 8:45 pm •  Published: November 28, 2012
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Connecticut; Paul Pasqualoni; Defense

Florida; Will Muschamp; Defense

Indiana; Kevin Wilson; Offense

Maryland; Randy Edsall; Defense

Miami; Al Golden; Defense

Michigan; Brady Hoke; Defense

Minnesota; Jerry Kill; Defense

North Carolina; Everett Withers*; Defense

Ohio State; Luke Fickell*; Defense

Pittsburgh; Todd Graham; Defense

Stanford; David Shaw; Offense

Vanderbilt; James Franklin; Offense

West Virginia; Dana Holgorsen; Offense

*Interim coach

Following 2009 Season

Name; Coach hired; Background

Cincinnati; Butch Jones; Offense

Florida State; Jimbo Fisher**; Offense

Kansas; Turner Gill; Offense

Kentucky; Joker Phillips**; Offense

Louisville; Charlie Strong; Defense

Notre Dame; Brian Kelly; Defense

Tennessee; Derek Dooley; Offense

Texas Tech; Tommy Tuberville; Defense

USC; Lane Kiffin; Offense

South Florida; Skip Holtz; Offense

Vanderbilt; Robbie Caldwell; Offense

Virginia; Mike London; Defense

**Coach-in-waiting