January 2, 2011

Indiana names Pease offensive coordinator

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Brent Pease is the new offensive coordinator at Indiana.

Pease has 20 years of coaching experience at five schools. He spent the past five seasons as Boise State's wide receivers coach, and was assistant head coach there the past four years.

The Broncos went 61-5 in his five seasons there, and he coached All-Western Athletic Conference receivers Austin Pettis, Titus Young and Jeremy Childs.

Pease was the offensive coordinator at Kentucky in 2001-02. He was quarterbacks coach at Montana in 1995, when the Grizzlies won the Division I-AA national title.

Pease played quarterback at Montana in 1985-86. He led the nation in total offense in 1986 and set nine school records during his career. He played two years in the NFL with the Houston Oilers.

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