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    NCAA | Idaho offers head coaching job to Erickson
    Tue, 7 Feb 2006 19:48:11 -0800

    Vince Trimboli, of KBCI-TV.com, reports sources close to the University of Idaho told Local 2 News Sports that the school has made an offer to Dennis Erickson to be new head coach of the team's football team. "It's his to change his mind on," the source said. "It has been offered."

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    Re: NCAA | Idaho offers head coaching job to Erickson

    The Title on the Front page made me laugh:
    "NCAA | Idaho offers head..."

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      Re: NCAA | Idaho offers head coaching job to Erickson

      Haha ... You pervert lol

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        Re: NCAA | Idaho offers head coaching job to Erickson

        lol that's funny...

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          Re: NCAA | Idaho offers head coaching job to Erickson

          Originally posted by RamsFan16
          NCAA | Idaho offers head coaching job to Erickson
          Tue, 7 Feb 2006 19:48:11 -0800

          Vince Trimboli, of KBCI-TV.com, reports sources close to the University of Idaho told Local 2 News Sports that the school has made an offer to Dennis Erickson to be new head coach of the team's football team. "It's his to change his mind on," the source said. "It has been offered."
          I'd comment on the story but, I really don't pay attention to college football.

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