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Tulane University has hired Curtis Johnson as their new head coach, making him the first black head coach in Green Wave history. Replacing coach Bob Toledo, who resigned with a 15-40 record in four-and-a-half seasons, Johnson comes to Tulane with 27 years of experience at schools like San Diego State, SMU, Cal, and Miami. During his time he gained the reputation as an outstanding recruiter, signing stars like Marshall Faulk, Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne, and Devin Hester, and Tulane will be relying on his prowess to help them get back in winning territory.
Tulane is hoping Johnson, a New Orleans native who has been with the New Orleans Saints since 2006, can turn around a program that has not been to a bowl since 2002. The new staff plans to implement a fast-paced offense based on a pro-style attack that feature a power running game and increased tight end usage. Tulane brings back seven starters on offense and eight on defense, more than any other team in Conference USA, and opens its season at home on September 1st versus Rutgers. With Ryan Griffin back at quarterback for his senior season alongside veteran running back Orleans Darkwa, Tulane can make a splash, so get your 2012 Tulane Green Wave Football tickets now and enjoy the show.