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September 06, 2009|Mike Hiserman

Lane Kiffin, Steve Sarkisian and DeWayne Walker, three former USC assistants -- one of whom was also a UCLA coordinator -- were among the 22 Division I-A head coaches who made their game debuts in their new jobs this week. A look at who they are, whom they replaced, and how they fared:

SCHOOL

Coach/replaced; result

ARMY

Rich Ellerson/Stan Brock; def. Eastern Michigan, 27-14

AUBURN

Gene Chizik/Tommy Tuberville; def. Louisiana Tech, 37-13

BALL STATE

Stan Parrish/Brady Hoke; lost to North Texas, 20-10

BOSTON COLLEGE

Frank Spaziani/Jeff Jagodzinski; def. Northeastern, 54-0

BOWLING GREEN

Dave Clawson/Gregg Bandon; def. Troy, 31-14

CLEMSON

Dabo Swinney/Tommy Bowden; def. Middle Tennessee State, 37-14

EASTERN MICHIGAN

Ron English/Jeff Genyk; lost to Army, 27-14

IOWA STATE

Paul Rhoads/Gene Chizik; def. North Dakota State, 34-17

KANSAS STATE

Bill Snyder/Ron Prince; def. Massachusetts, 21-17

MIAMI (OHIO)

Michael Haywood/Shane Montgomery; lost to Kentucky, 42-0

MISSISSIPPI STATE

Dan Mullen/Sylvester Croom; def. Jackson State, 45-7

NEW MEXICO

Mike Locksley/Rocky Long; lost to Texas A&M, 41-6

NEW MEXICO STATE

DeWayne Walker/Hal Mumme; lost to Idaho, 21-6

OREGON

Chip Kelly/Mike Bellotti; lost to Boise State, 19-8

PURDUE

Danny Hope/Joe Tiller; def. Toledo, 52-31

SAN DIEGO STATE

Brady Hoke/Chuck Long; lost to UCLA, 33-14

SYRACUSE

Doug Marrone/Greg Robinson; lost to Minnesota, 23-20 (OT)

TENNESSEE

Lane Kiffin/Phillip Fulmer; def. Western Kentucky, 63-7

TOLEDO

Tim Beckman/Tom Amstutz; lost to Purdue, 52-31

UTAH STATE

Gary Andersen/Brent Guy; lost to Utah, 35-17

WASHINGTON

Steve Sarkisian/Tyrone Willingham; lost to Louisiana State, 31-23

WYOMING

Dave Christensen/Joe Glenn; def. Weber State, 29-22

-- Mike Hiserman

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QUOTE, UNQUOTE

'We'll have our doubters and now we'll have to go out and prove we're good.'

-- Ohio State's Austin Spitler,

looking forward to next week's game against USC after the Buckeyes held off Navy, 31-27, on Saturday.

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