Having trouble waiting until the start of college football season? In a series on Sundays, the Times Free Press is providing top-three lists on various Southeastern Conference topics. Today’s list contains the most intriguing offensive coordinators for 2011.
1-- FLORIDA’S CHARLIE WEIS: This may be the most curious pairing of a head coach and an offensive coordinator in league history, and it has both Florida fans and rivals captivated.
Will Muschamp, 39. is in charge for the first time in his career, and it comes at the only program that has won three national championships in the past 15 seasons. The 55-year-old Weis has five years of head-coaching experience at Notre Dame and may be the most recognized offensive coordinator in NFL history.
Weis called the plays for Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots when they became the NFL’s first such coaching combination to win three Super Bowls in a four-year stretch.
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