Calhoun, 37, enters his second year in Denver, after spending last year as the team's defensive assistant. Prior to that, he had a successful two-year stint (2001-02) as the offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks coach at Wake Forest. Calhoun also served as the quarterbacks coach at Ohio University in 1994-95, and was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1996 before moving to Wake Forest. A graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, Calhoun began his coaching career in 1989 as a graduate assistant. After serving four years as an Air Force officer, he returned to his alma mater as the recruiting coordinator and the junior varsity offensive coordinator from 1993-94. He was the starting quarterback for the Falcons and was a Western Athletic Conference all-academic selection.
Doll, 52, comes to the Broncos after spending two seasons as assistant head coach/linebackers at Louisiana State University (2002-03), where this past season, he helped guide the Tigers to a share of the National Championship. He previously spent eight seasons as an assistant head coach at Notre Dame (1994-2001), where in that time, the Irish went to five bowl games, including the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl in 2000. Doll's other coaching assignments have come at Texas A&M (1988-94), Arizona State (1985-87), Tulsa (1980-84), Iowa State (1979) and Wichita State (1975-76). A native of Wichita, Kan., Doll earned Bachelor's degrees from both East Carolina and Wichita State, and played two seasons as both a defensive end and tackle at East Carolina.
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