Petersen's 1st UW Staff Full Of Experience

Chris Petersen (USA TODAY Sports)

SEATTLE – Chris Petersen has brought familiar faces onto his new staff for his debut season with the Huskies.

Petersen announced Monday that Pete Kwiatkowski is his defensive coordinator for 2014 at Washington, Jonathan Smith is his offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Chris Strausser is his associate head coach and offensive line coach, Bob Gregory is his assistant head coach and linebackers coach, Jimmy Lake is the defensive backs coach, Jeff Choate will serve as defensive line and special teams coach, Brent Pease is the wide receivers coach and Keith Bhonapha is his running backs coach and recruiting coordinator.

All worked with Petersen for all or some parts of his tenure leading Boise State to a 92-12 record from 2006 until Washington hired him Dec. 6 to replace the departed Steve Sarkisian.

To read the full release, click on the link below.

Petersen's 1st UW Staff Full Of Experience

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