Ted Miller Only Oregon and Washington didn't experience any staff turnover this offseason, so we're running through the staff changes for the other 10 Pac-12 teams. Next up is Colorad, which fired head coach Dan Hawkins and hired Jon Embree. So there was plenty of turnover. Team in parenthesis is where the departing coach ended up. Out Dan Hawkins, head coach In Jon Embree, head coach Holdovers from Hawkins' staff Brian Cabral, linebackers Darian Hagan, recruiting coordinator (was running backs coach for Hawkins) Out Eric Kiesau, offensive coordinator/QBs (California) Darian Hagan, running backs (retained as recruiting coordinator) In Eric Bieniemy, offensive coordinator/RBs Rip Scherer, quarterbacks/assistant head coach Out Romeo Bandison, defensive line In Kanavis McGhee, defensive line Mike Tuiasosopo, defensive line Out Robert Prince, receivers (Boise State) In Bobby Kennedy, receivers Out Ron Collins, defensive coordinator*(Ohio) Ashley Ambrose, secondary (California) In Greg Brown, defensive coordinator/secondary Out Denver Johnson, offensive line (Tulsa) In Steve Marshall, offensive line Out Kent Riddle, tight ends/special teams (North Texas) In J.D. Brookhart, tight ends/special teams/passing game coordinator Reaction: There's a lot to like about Embree's first staff if you're a Buffaloes fan. It's still not clear if the*defense will run a 4-3 or 3-4 -- or a little of both; the base in 2010 was a nickel (3-3-5)*--*so McGhee's and Tuiasosopo's responsibilities haven't been defined. Brown and Tuiasosopo were hired away from Arizona and Marshall from California, and Kennedy coached at Washington before spending his last seven seasons at Texas, so there's plenty of Pac-12 knowledge on staff. Cabral has spent the past 23 years at Colorado, so he provides local continuity, as do Hagan, Bieniemy, McGhee*and Embree, who all played at Colorado. Brookhart (Akron) and Scherer (James Madison and Memphis) have head coaching experience, while Embree, Bieniemy, Scherer, Marshall and Brown have significant NFL coaching experience. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.