Utah's football team will have a vacancy to fill in the offseason as John Pease, who came out of retirement to coach Utah's defensive line, is retiring again. The 67-year-old Pease told the team today in a meeting.
"I've coached in 646 games since 1966 and I'm ready to watch from the sidelines," said Pease, counting his college and NFL coaching experiences.
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham has not set a timetable on replacing Pease.
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