Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Borges finds work

Just a brief note here: Former Auburn offensive coordinator Al Borges might have found a new gig. The San Diego Union-Tribune has reported that an (unnamed) source has indicated Borges will serve in the same capacity at San Diego State.

Borges would work under former Ball State coach Brady Hoke, who took the head-coaching position at SDSU.

Before going to SDSU, Borges served as Auburn's coordinator from 2004-07. The Tigers offense ranked at the top of the SEC during the undefeated 2004 season and repeated the feat in 2005 despite losing quarterback Jason Campbell and tailbacks Ronnie Brown and Carnell Williams to the NFL Draft.

Borges resigned from the offensive coordinator position in 2007 after Auburn's offense strugged significantly inside the red zone.

Auburn's offense was even worse in 2008.

Borges has experience on the West Coast, having worked at Oregon, UCLA and California.
His wife, Nikki Borges, currently serves as an administrator inside Auburn's athletics department.

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