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  1. Kendal Briles Age: 32 Current position: Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach - Baylor Alma Mater: Houston (Signed with UT) Current Salary: $400K with heavy incentives Kendal Briles Bio (Official Baylor Site) Kendal Briles is entering his eighth season at Baylor and his first since being promoted to offensive coordinator. Briles took over the play-calling reigns in December 2014 prior to Baylor's appearance in the 2015 Cotton Bowl. Previously Briles spent three seasons as the passing game coordinator and seven coaching the Bears' receiving corps. A talented recruiter, Briles was name
  2. https://twitter.com/brett_mcmurphy/status/949688602778365953
  3. I am becoming more convinced that Baylor is going to win the national championship this year. Obviously they have some good teams left to beat but their offense is - in a word - unbelievable. I know Kendall Briles is young, but I think we have to give him our highest consideration... his knowledge of this offense, his recruiting abilities are impressive. The doubters will say he's too young, and there are others on that Baylor coaching staff who are running the show. There may be some truth to that. That said, his name is Briles -- he was a good college player (signed by UT) and is a key
  4. Athlon Sports article on the top ten coordinators on the rise. Several names with Texas ties, which I think is a must for this next hire. 2. Doug Meacham, Co-Offensive Coordinator, TCU Meacham’s arrival in 2014 was a big reason why TCU emerged as a playoff contender last season and is in the mix once again in 2015. The Horned Frogs averaged only 25.1 points a game in 2013 but jumped to 46.5 last season and 51 per contest in 2015. Prior to joining Gary Patterson’s staff at TCU, Meacham called the plays at Houston in 2013 and worked as an assistant for Mike Gundy at Oklahoma State from 2005-12
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