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At least 37 programs will have a new quarterbacks coach in 2011

According to our reseach, at least 37 college programs will have a different coach tutoring the quarterbacks in 2011. That’s over 30% of Division-I programs.

Several schools have yet to announce their new quarterbacks coach. Boston College, Louisville, Oklahoma State, Rice, Temple, and Wyoming have yet to decide on who will tutor the quarterbacks heading into spring practice.

1. Arkansas State (Grant Heard), 2. Ball State (Rich Skrosky) 3. Boston College (TBA) 4. Boise State (Brent Pease) 5. Buffalo (Don Patterson) 6. Cal (Marcus Arroyo) 7. Central Michigan (Morris Watts) 8. Clemson (Chad Morris) 9. Colorado (Rip Scherer) 10. Florida (Charlie Weis)

11. Indiana (Rod Smith) 12. Kent State (Brian Rock) 13. ULL (Jay Johnson) 14. Louisville (TBA) 15. LSU (Steve Kragthorpe) 16. Maryland (Gary Crowton) 17. Miami (FL) (Jedd Fisch) 18. Miami (OH) (Charlie Fisher) 19. Michigan (Al Borges) 20. MTSU (Buster Faulkner)

21. Minnesota (Jim Zebrowski) 22. Ole Miss (David Lee) 23. Northern Illinois (Matt Cananda) 24. Oklahoma State (TBA) 25. Pitt (Todd Dodge) 26. Rice (TBA) 27. Rutgers (Frank Cignetti) 28. Stanford (Pep Hamilton) 29. Temple (TBA) 30. Texas (Bryan Harsin)

31. Troy (Kenny Edenfield) 32. Tulsa (James Kilian) 33. UCLA (Mike Johnson) 34. Utah State (Matt Wells) 35. Vanderbilt (Ricky Rahne) 36. West Virginia (Dana Holgorsen) 37. Wyoming (TBA)

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