http://www.dailycamera.com/top-sports/ci_17298455 Offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy -- Los Angeles, a portion of the Inland Empire (San Bernardino, Riverside, Redlands, etc), Houston, New Orleans. Quarterbacks coach Rip Scherer -- Will recruit quarterbacks nationally as well as Washington and Oregon. Offensive line coach Steve Marshall -- San Fernando Valley (California) and Houston. Tight ends coach and special teams coordinator J.D. Brookhart -- San Antonio, Dallas-South and Colorado. Wide receivers coach Bobby Kennedy -- Dallas. Defensive coordinator Greg Brown -- San Diego, Las Vegas, Arizona. Inside linebackers coach and defensive run game coordinator Brian Cabral -- Orange County, Inland Empire and Hawaii. Defensive line coach Mike Tuiasosopo -- Northern California, Central California the Inland Empire and Hawaii. Outside linebackers and defensive ends coach Kanavis McGhee -- Houston and New Orleans. While these are generally the areas we all knew these coaches would have, I'm a little suprised at some of the responsibilities. EB looks like he'll be doing a hell of a lot of recruiting, which is a good thing, but do his areas suggest he'll be working with Cabral and Kanavis like a cross-checker would in baseball? I wonder how many oc's have recruiting responsibilities like this. Will Scheer do some of the coordinating work, given what seems like a lighter recruiting load for a position coach? Its also interesting to me that there's a lean toward Texas over Cali. Kennedy is Dallas, period? Looks like the Embo ain't ****** around when it comes to Tejas. One coach in nocal? Does that seem a little light? Or does it make sense since we're in the south division? Don't mean these questions in a critical sense, just fired up to see this staff get a full year to recruit. Game on PAC12!