Aztecs Add New Offensive Coordinator

Bob Toledo brings nearly 40 years of coaching experience

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    NEW ORLEANS - SEPTEMBER 11: Head coach Bob Toledo of the Tulane Green Wave watches a play from the sidelines during the game against the Ole Miss Rebels at the Louisiana Superdome on September 11, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

    San Diego State University named a new offensive coordinator on Wednesday.

    Aztec head coach Rocky Long announced that Bob Toledo, 66, will take the reins from Andy Ludwig, who received the head coaching job at University of Wisconsin–Madison earlier this week.

    Toledo brings with him 39 years of collegiate coaching experience, ranging from stints at UCLA to Texas A&M. He’s also spent 18 years as a head coach and worked with Long before in New Mexico.

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    “We are thrilled to add Coach Toledo to our staff,” Long said. “He has a great football mind and has done a fantastic job of developing offensive talent. His knowledge of California football will only help our recruiting as we continue to build our program here at San Diego State.”

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