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Red HotTwo completely different coaches, Sanders and Elliott are walking similar paths as future head coaches
by: Richard Scott
© August 2002
Most first-time college football coordinators get their new jobs in the offseason, with plenty of time to prepare for spring practice, more time to teach in the spring and then even more time to work toward the coming season. If they’re really fortunate, they’ll open the season against East Bugtussle State Teachers College so they can work out some of the kinks before it’s time to take on a more formidable opponent.
And then there’s Randy Sanders, who became Tennessee’s offensive coordinator in early December, 1998 when David Cutcliffe left to become ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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