Besides needing to fill the O.C. position and linebackers position, FSU needs to hire a running back coach after the departure of Billy Sexton.
Former FSU running back great Edgar Bennett is being mentioned as a possible choice. Bennett begins his 14th NFL season in 2006, his 12th in Green Bay and second as the Packers' running backs coach. Named to his position Jan. 17, 2006, by Head Coach Mike McCarthy, Bennett originally was promoted to his current role Jan. 28, 2005. He continues his "third" Green Bay tour after initially re-joining the club to head player development (2001-04) and, earlier, a tenure as one of the most productive running backs in Green Bay history (1992-96).
Edgar Bennett was one of the most versatile backs in the history of Florida State football. Bennett signed with Florida State out of Lee High School in Jacksonville in 1987 and was one of just three incoming freshmen in the class to play in their first year. He would finish his Seminole career with 2,300 all-purpose yards and 20 touchdowns
Saturday, January 06, 2007
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