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November 21, 2012
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SAN FRANCISCO -- In a monumental day for California football, athletic director Sandy Barbour announced that head coach Jeff Tedford had been relieved of his duties, a re-negotiated buyout was being worked out, five assistants -- Jim Michalczik, Ashley Ambrose, Ron Gould, Wes Chandler and Marcus Arroyo -- were retained and that a search for the next head Golden Bears head coach was underway with all due expediency.
In the first hour of our podcast, we're joined by old friend Jon Doss, as we break down some of the contenders for the now vacant throne and hash out some of the circumstances surrounding Tedford's dismissal.
In our second hour, John Breech of CBS Sports and I talk about what led to the final decision to dismiss Tedford.
In our third hour, we are joined by Shaw Amirghassemkhany -- the owner of our podcast home -- The Republic -- and talk about some of the flaws in leadership over the course of the past several years that are now coming to light in the wake of Tedford's ouster, and talk just a little bit more about some of the other candidates for the head coaching job in Berkeley. Warning: This segment gets a bit PG-13.
To stay up-to-date on all things related to the coaching change, take a gander at our market-leading content blitz, conveniently linked below.
THE SEARCH: The Hot Board
BTTV: Barbour Press Conference
RECRUITING: Cheek Still on Board
STATEMENT: Tedford Bids Adieu
GORCEY'S STRONG SUIT: No Statue Needed
REPORT: Tedford Relieved of Duties
A LOOK BACK: Former AD Sheds Light on Coaching Search
RECRUITING: Reaction to Tedford Firing