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Former Irish assistant to interview with Buffalo

Former Notre Dame assistant Corwin Brown will interview for Buffalo's head coaching vacancy, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Brown was let go from new Irish coach Brian Kelly's staff Tuesday.

He was Notre Dame's defensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008, leading the Irish defense to a 39th ranking. This season, Brown was named an associated head coach and gave up play calling duties to co-defensive coordinator Jon Tenuta.

If Brown becomes the coach at Buffalo, he would be the second assistant from Charlie Weis' staff to take over a program. Rob Ianello, who was the Irish's receivers coach and recruiting coordinator the last five seasons, was named the head coach at Akron on Dec. 9.

Buffalo is looking to replace Turner Gill, who was named the coach at Kansas this week.

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