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Via Twitter, Rich Bisaccia, who had been hired by Gus Malzahn to be Auburn's running backs coach, has left Auburn "to pursue other opportunities." He is rumored to be Jerry Jones' pick to become the Cowboys' special teams coach.
I bring this up because Tarean Folston spoke glowingly about Coach Bisaccia during his visit to Auburn, but now that Bisaccia is gone, perhaps this will get him back squarely in ND's corner.
The Dallas Cowboys are closing in on filling yet another hole on their coaching staff. According to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys are close to naming Rich Bisaccia as the teams new special teams coordinator.
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Wow, and Bryant was also pursued by Auburn at one point.
"Having the right to do something doesn't mean it's right to do it." -- Chief Justice Warren Burger
That point being right now?
That is one thing that stuck in my mind as well, Folston went into greater detail about Bisaccia than he did Auburn....
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Unless Auburn throws a ton of money at Alford, who takes Folston and Bryant with him to Auburn as the new RB coach.
(Not that I believe that would happen -- but it's still a possibility. With as much chance of happening as me winning next year's World Series of Poker Main Event.)
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