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Myers to leave Washington

Brent Myers (Photo: Kim Grinolds)

Brent Myers, Washington's offensive line coach for the past three seasons has stepped down and accepted a position at another school. Sources close to the University said Thursday it's expected Myers will be named the assistant head football coach at Utah. An announcement from Salt Lake City should come sometime Friday.

In his first season coaching the Huskies in 2000, Myers helped to mold the offensive line into one of the nation's best blocking units that led the Huskies to the Pac-10 title and a Rose Bowl Championship. Two of the seniors on that unit, Elliot Silvers and Chad Ward, were All-Pac-10 selections and went on to be drafted by NFL teams and a...

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