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UTEP Football Coach Mike Price Announces Retirement

UTEP Football Coach Mike Price Announces Retirement
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POSTED: Monday, November 19, 2012 - 1:06pm

UPDATED: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 11:27am

UTEP vs. Rice Concludes 9-year Tenure

Mike Price has announced his retirement as UTEP's Football Coach. This Saturday's game against Rice will conclude his nine-year tenure with the Miners.

Price coached UTEP to a trio of bowl games and has a compiled a 48-60 record pending Saturday's final game on Saturday in the Sun Bowl.

Price and Mike Brumbelow are the only coaches in UTEP history to lead the Miners to three bowl games and is the sixth winningest active coach in the FBS with 177 wins at Weber St., Washington St. and UTEP. His 48 wins are second only to Mack Saxon among UTEP coaches.
  

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Well La Di Dah! Now we know why the University started selling beer at the Sun Bowl and at the Don during Football & Basketball GAMES HUH. It is so that they can have the cash to try & lure a winning football coach. We got Price cheep. Too bad he did not produce. So what are we going to do, pay up or shut up. Be carefull that Stephanie Ayalla does not get all rilled up about this like she did with the Triple A Baseball team. GO MINERS, GO Triple A Baseball, Arriba El Chuco.

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