SAN DIEGO (AP) -Rocky Long, the former coach at New Mexico, was hired as defensive coordinator by San Diego State on Wednesday.
Long resigned at New Mexico on Nov. 17 after 11 seasons as the Lobos' head coach.
New Aztecs coach Brady Hoke also hired Al Borges as offensive coordinator. Borges most recently helped lead Auburn to a 42-9 record and four bowl game appearances from 2004-07.
The last time Long and Borges were coordinators on the same staff was at UCLA in 1997, when the Bruins went 10-2, won the Pac-10, advanced to the Cotton Bowl and finished fifth in the final AP poll.

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