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Mendenhall's email to BYU players sheds light on why Doman was replaced by Anae


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With honor,

Coach Mendenhall

Here's the release from BYU:


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PROVO, Utah (Jan. 4, 2013) — BYU head football coach Bronco Mendenhall today announced Robert Anae has been hired as the program’s offensive coordinator.

"I am excited to announce Robert Anae as BYU’s offensive coordinator," Mendenhall said. "During his career Robert has been involved with some of the best offensive schemes in college football, and he has a proven record of coaching elite-level offensive production. He is also a man of great intelligence, personal integrity, complete honesty and total loyalty. Robert is the ideal person to oversee our offense, and I’m thrilled he will be returning to BYU."

Anae returns to his alma mater where he previously served as offensive coordinator and inside receivers coach on Mendenhall’s staff from 2005-2010 before leaving to become the run game coordinator and offensive line coach at the University of Arizona.

"I’d like to thank Greg Burns, Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona staff and players for an outstanding year in 2012. It was my privilege to be part of the Arizona program the past two years and to have coached the players I worked with in Tucson," Anae said. "I’d like to thank Tom Holmoe, Bronco Mendenhall and the BYU administration for the opportunity to return to BYU. My family and I look forward to an outstanding experience in a very familiar place."

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