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Florida, Alabama vying for BSU's Pease

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Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 4:31 pm

According to the Gainesville (Fla.) Sun, Boise State offensive coordinator is currently interviewing for the Florida Gators' vacancy in the same capacity.

The Sun received a text message from coach Will Muschamp, who said "nothing done." Florida's offensive coordinator this season was former Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis, now Kansas' head coach.

The newspaper and ESPN.com say Pease is also a candidate to replace Jim McElwain as Alabama's offensive coordinator. McElwain left to become Colorado State's head coach. The Sun reports Pease will meet with Alabama coach Nick Saban on Tuesday, the day after the Crimson Tide play LSU for the national championship.

Pease had left Boise State after last season to become Indiana's offensive coordinator, but returned after a week when Bryan Harsin left for Texas, allowing Pease to step up from receivers coach.

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