Justin Fuente, 39, is among the hottest names for most job openings. He’s turned Memphis into a budding national power, including a win against Mississippi this season. Two of Fuente’s former assistants, defensive coordinator Barry Odom and safeties coach Ryan Walters, defected to Missouri this year.
Justin Fuente, 39, is among the hottest names for most job openings. He’s turned Memphis into a budding national power, including a win against Mississippi this season. Two of Fuente’s former assistants, defensive coordinator Barry Odom and safeties coach Ryan Walters, defected to Missouri this year. Mark Humphrey The Associated Press
Justin Fuente, 39, is among the hottest names for most job openings. He’s turned Memphis into a budding national power, including a win against Mississippi this season. Two of Fuente’s former assistants, defensive coordinator Barry Odom and safeties coach Ryan Walters, defected to Missouri this year. Mark Humphrey The Associated Press
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