A previous relationship and a shocking move
Former New England Patriots staff members Jedd Fisch and Bill Belichick have once again found themselves working together, this time on the Washington Huskies staff.
Fisch and Belichick had previously worked together in 2020 when Fisch served as the quarterbacks coach for the Patriots. However, Fisch then took the head coaching job for the Arizona Wildcats from 2021 to 2023 before surprising the college football world by joining the Huskies.
A successful journey with the Patriots
Belichick, at the age of 36, started his coaching career as a defensive assistant for the Patriots. Over the years, he worked his way up the ranks, serving as safeties coach, secondary coach, and outside linebackers coach. He played a crucial role in the Patriots’ victories in Super Bowl XLIX, LI, and LIII.
After an impressive 24 seasons and six Super Bowl titles together, the Patriots and Bill Belichick decided to part ways in January. The team named Jerod Mayo as their next head coach, who then offered Steve Belichick and his brother Brian a position on his staff, according to NESN.
From the Wildcats to the Huskies
Fisch’s decision to leave the Wildcats and join the Huskies came as a surprise. He took over the Washington job after Kalen DeBoer, aiming to replace the legendary Nick Saban.
During the 2023 season, the Huskies had an outstanding run. They were the national champion runners-up, finishing with a remarkable 14-1 record and remaining undefeated in the Pac-12 Conference.
With Fisch and Belichick now reunited, the Washington Huskies staff is set to make a strong impact in the college football world.
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