Brent Pease Likely Leaving Boise State For Florida, According To Reports

Here we have reports from both sides of the aisle that Boise St. Broncos offensive coordinator Brent Pease will leave to take over the Florida Gators offense. First, Chadd Cripe of the Idaho Statesman, and then Pat Dooley of the Gainesville Sun:

Bronco Beat@IDS_BroncoBeat Offensive coordinator Brent Pease has decided to leave Boise State, destination TBA, likely Florida, a source tells me. Also has Bama offer

Pat Dooley@pat_dooley Looks like Brent Pease new Florida OC.

That was fast! It was only days ago that Robbie Andreu reported both Florida and the Alabama Crimson Tide had interest. If true, it will be instantly recognized as an outstanding hire by Will Muschamp and should set the Gators on the road to a rapid recovery.

According to Cripe, wide receivers coach Robert Prince is expected to take over at BSU.

Regarding the question of whether Pease can construct a game plan capable of scoring on SEC defenses, let's recall what he did to this year's No. 5 defense in the country earlier in the year:

For more on the parties involved, visit Boise State blog One Bronco Nation Under God,Florida blog Alligator Army and Alabama blog Roll Bama Roll.

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