Idaho's interim head coach Jason Gesser, right, talks with Mike Scott during a game against Brigham Young during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Provo, Utah, last Saturday. BYU beat Idaho 52-13. (AP Photo/George Frey)
Jason Gesser insists the Idaho football program can reach a level of consistency where bowl appearances become the norm, not a once-in-a-decade anomaly. He’s also sure he wants to be at UI to see that vision come to fruition – whether he’s the permanent head football coach or not. Gesser told The Spokesman-Review that if he’s bypassed for the full-time job he would gladly stay in Moscow as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach under the new coach/Josh Wright, SR. More here.
Question: Would you like to see AD Rob Spear give Gesser a chance at being permanent head coach?