Found March 04, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen spent considerable time putting together his nine-man coaching staff since his hire in December. Just last week, it appeared he had finally completed the exhaustive search with the addition of a wide receivers coach. But Andersen barely had time to breathe a sigh of relief before the hunt began anew, when tight ends and special teams coordinator Jay Boulware left last Friday for the same position at Oklahoma -- seven weeks after being hired at Wisconsin. On Monday, Andersen met with reporters for the first time since Boulware's exit. And he did not hold back his dismay at how events transpired. "It's my fault," Andersen said. "It's disappointing. It's upsetting. I brought the wrong guy in here. We'll be better off as we move forward." Andersen said his goal was to hire a coach by the start of spring practices, when begins on Saturday. He expects to bring in someone with experience coach...
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