University of Utah Football Roundtable – Coaching

We wanted to try something a little different as this off-season is getting underway.  We asked ten questions of some of our most loyal Ute fans about the state of the Utah football program as well as what they say in 2012 and hope to see in 2013.

Many of you who follow this blog will know our good friends of the blog Dog and Deuce already.  But there are a few new faces.  Kyle Ariotti and Matt Coleman are co-workers of mine. Dave Richards is a long time friend and his brother Rob and I have had many spirited debates about BYU and Utah sports.  But most importantly, each is a dedicated and passionate Utah football fan.

We will post one question with each response every day for the next ten weekdays.  Make sure to check in every day to get your University of Utah Utes update from our roundtable of Utah loyalists.

Utes Logo7.  Do you see any coaching changes this offseason?

Matt Coleman – I wouldn’t be surprised to see some changes on special teams and defense.

Allen “Dog” Martindale – Unfortunately, no.

Kyle Ariotti – No coaching changes. Maybe just some different responsibilities.

Rob Richards – No.

James “Deuce” Dyer – I think if the Utes can find a more seasoned coach to come in and
“mentor” Brian Johnson they will. I don’t have an particular candidate in mind but someone who doesn’t mind not getting the glory just wants to coach and needs a job.  Besides that I don’t see anyone getting fired, staff should return intact unless coaches choose to move for a better position at a different university.

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