When head coach Kalen DeBoer left Washington football just four days after losing the National Championship, UW athletic director Troy Dannen knew he had to act fast to find the right replacement.
And there was only one guy for the job; Jedd Fisch.
Fisch has all the experience the Huskies sought in a leader, with a strong offensive mind and excellent recruitment skills.
And he brought a large amount of his staff with him from Arizona to Washington.
Tracking Washington football's coaching changes under new head coach Jedd Fisch
Offensive coordinator/Offensive line coach - Brennan Carroll
Brennan Carroll follows Fisch from Arizona to resume his duties as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. His career started in 2002 as a grad assistant—and eventually tight ends coach—under his father, Pete Carroll, at USC.
Since then, he's spent time at the University of Miami (tight ends and wide receivers) and the Seattle Seahawks (assistant offensive line coach and run game coordinator).
Running backs - Scottie Graham
Before his career as coach, Scottie Graham was a running back for the New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings, and Cincinnati Bengals between 1992-1997.
He then spent 15 years with the NFL Players Association before joining the University of Arizona in 2014 as the associate athletic director, a position he held until 2020. He then was hired as Arizona's running backs coach in 2021 and now holds the same position with the Huskies.