Found January 16, 2012 on College Football Talk:
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With Brian Schottenheimer and Dirk Koetter opting to remain at the NFL level, Alabama has decided to pluck its new offensive coordinator from the collegiate ranks. According to Tom Dienhart of the Big Ten Network, Doug Nussmeier will become the Tide’s new coordinator.  The hiring, if it comes to fruition, comes a few days after…
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