Last week, Coach Petersen left his tenure at Boise State University to become a Washington Husky and finally BSU has announced the new 2014 head football coach.

ESPN has this story:

Former Boise State assistant Bryan Harsin, after one season as coach at Arkansas State, has accepted an offer to replace Chris Petersen as coach of the Broncos, a source told ESPN's Joe Schad.

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Bryan Harsin, who is 36, served as Boise State's offensive coordinator from 2006 to 2010, which earned the Broncos two BCS bowls and a 61-5 record.  Here's the best part:

He should also be familiar with many of the Broncos upperclassmen, including junior quarterback Grant Hedrick, who was recruited by Harsin before leaving for Texas.

GO BRONCOS!

[ESPNGo.com]