I've spent the past few weeks researching some of the recent coaching hires as part of my neverending quest to bring CBR's readers the best college football analysis on the planet.
In the course of boning up on the new faces in different places, I came across an interesting tidbit about one of the new additions to the Kansas Jayhawks staff: Recently hired defensive coordinator Dave Campo is 64 years old.
As has been the case with the other moves KU has made to rebuild its moribund football program, that gave me a chuckle.
The man charged with breathing new life into KU's sad-sack D is sixty-effing-four. If this were France, he would have had to retire 10 years ago.
Imagine new KU head man Charlie Weis and his cane roaming the halls of Johnny Five-Star's high school with his senior-citizen defensive coordinator in tow. Sign me up, right?
The annual ride on the college coaching carousel typically produces its fair share of curious hires. This...