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OPENING WEEK CFB NOTES-SOUTH FLORIDA @ SAN JOSE STATE
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Posted by Rob_Veno
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A little insight into the similarities between OCs in this contestSterlin Gilbert (USF) & Andrew Sowder (SJS) who at 28 years old is the youngest OC in College Football

Brian Brennan, a San Jose native making his Division I head coaching debut, said Monday his three-player quarterback derby continues. Whomever wins the job sophomore Josh Love is the only one to have played in a Division I game is likely to operate an offense strikingly similar to USFs. Spartans offensive coordinator Andrew Sowder was Charlie Strongs offensive quality control coach at Texas last season, and previously worked with Bulls offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert at Eastern Illinois (2012-13) and Bowling Green (14). It probably will benefit Sterlin just as much as it does us, I would say, Brennan said Monday. But I do think there will be some similarities in terms of the scheme on offense. Of course it will also be interesting to see how Sowder fares as a first time play caller vs. Bulls DC Brian Jean Mary who he worked on the same staff with at Texas last season.

 
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