Buried in an Oakland newspaper article on some Baptist ministers visiting Salt Lake, which was reprinted in the DesNews, was this litttle gem:
The group was seated near current Utah Governor Gary Herbert and his wife Jeanette. When the Lusks were introduced to the Herberts, they explained that their son Henry has just been hired as the receiver coach of the University of Utah football team.
The Herberts then introduced them to their son-in-law, Ben Cahoon, who is the receiver coach for the Brigham Young University football team. The exchange was good for laughs about tight ends and wide receivers and contributed to a wonderful evening.
Henry Lusk was a star tight end at Utah, finishing his college career in 1995. He went on to play for two years in the NFL. By all accounts, he was a phenomenal player. Unfortunately, a quick Google search will show he was also forced to resign as a high school head coach in Sacramento in 2011 when a photo of him wearing a male thong surfaced on Twitter.
Was he actually offered the job, and will he now be politely turned away? Or will the staff be reshuffled to make room for him? Is he the kind of coach you hoped Utah would hire to replace Roderick (before Roderick came back, that is)?