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Missouri, Kansas And Kansas State Make List Of Top Big 12 Football Assistant Coaches

Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune is getting through the offseason just like the rest of us -- with lists! Yes, internet lists, a blogger's best friend. This time, Matter talked with other Big 12 writers to come up with the top assistant football coaches. A few local guys made the list:

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4. Andy Hill, Missouri receivers

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About to enter his 15th season coaching pass-catchers at his alma mater, Hill has survived a head-coaching change and numerous offensive makeovers in Columbia. And through it all, he’s coached the most productive receivers to play for the Tigers: All-Americans Justin Gage, Jeremy Maclin and Danario Alexander. In 2009, he added MU’s tight ends to his coaching responsibilities.

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10. Chuck Long, Kansas quarterbacks

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His once sterling reputation took a hit after a failed stint as San Diego State’s head coach, but Stoops’ former quarterbacks coach will try and duplicate his OU results as Turner Gill’s new QBs coach and coordinator in Lawrence.

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11. Charlie Dickey, Kansas State offensive line

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In his first season at K-State, Dickey built a line of blockers that helped produce Big 12 rushing leader Daniel Thomas. Before arriving in Manhattan, Dickey spent four years running the punishing O-line at Utah.

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