Tosh Lupoi Hired at UW: Scott Enyeart & Dave "Softy" Mahler Break Down Implications

More from SI: Lupoi hire has major recruiting ramifications

Scott Enyeart is a staff writer and podcast contributor at Field Gulls, covers the USC Trojans for Neon Tommy, and has unique connections to both Pete Carroll and Steve Sarkisian from their respective days down in Southern California. He's a former D-1 coach (UNLV) and with his coverage of Pac-12 football and though his ties to Sark and Carroll, he has a great perspective on pretty much every level of football that is happening on the west coast, from high school and up, and has innumerable connections therein so I love to hear his take on things.

Enyeart was on SportsRadioKJR's Dave "Softy" Mahler show earlier this week and had some interesting things to say about UW's newest hire, Tosh Lupoi.

Said Scott: "It's probably the biggest hire that [Steve Sarkisian has] made as a head coach. Tosh's reputation and just what he's been able to do in the short time he's been in the profession, is pretty unparalleled."

Make sure you give it a listen, and follow Scott on Twitter. For more on the Huskies, make sure you check out UW Dawg Pound. To discuss Cal recruiting, go to the California Golden Blogs. To see more of Scott's work on the Seahawks, head over to Field Gulls.

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