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Sitting in the room with Jackson was UConn defensive coordinator Brian Usher, who was looking for a secondary coach. Spagnuolo had coached the defensive line and special teams at Lafayette but Usher immediately sensed something dynamic about him. "Even at a young age he demonstrated all the attributes a successful coach must have," Usher said. "He was a tireless worker, extremely organized, an excellent teacher and at the time a driving force in converting our scouting information for our upcoming opponents to computer. He was ahead of the curve. He established himself at UConn very quickly and was also an excellent recruiter. "By the time he left UConn [after the 1991 season to work for the Barcelona Dragons in NFL Europe] we knew his goal was to coach at the highest level possible. His professional steps since have supported that goal." For the last eight seasons, Spagnuolo has used the innovative instinct that helped make him thrive at UConn to help the Eagles defense become of...
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