Vahe Gregorian

January 9, 2014 4:59 PM

Mark Mangino spent time examining his life during break from coaching

At times during the early days of what he now calls his three-year “coaching sabbatical” in Florida, former Kansas football coach Mark Mangino felt more like he had been exiled. But his recent hiring as offensive coordinator at Iowa State was a substantial step toward having a chance to redeem his reputation and revive his career.

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