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Blake Anderson to coach Arkansas State Red Wolves


North Carolina offensive coordinator Blake Anderson has agreed to become coach of the Arkansas State Red Wolves, athletic director Terry Mohajir said Thursday. Anderson leaves the Tar Heels after two seasons, replacing Bryan Harsin -- who left Arkansas State last week to replace Chris Petersen at Boise State. Anderson becomes the fifth coach in five seasons for the Red Wolves. (ESPN.com)

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