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FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2011, file photo, Auburn coach Gene Chizik embraces his wife, Jonna, after his team's 16-13 victory over South Carolina in an NCAA college football game, in Columbia, S.C. After two years of living and working in Chapel Hill, N.C., while his wife and three children were in Auburn, Ala., Chizik has quit his job and returned home to be a full-time dad and husband. The lengthy long-distance relationship he had with his family is not uncommon among college football coaches as they job hop through a career with little security. (AP Photo/Brett Flashnick, File)

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FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2011, file photo, Auburn coach Gene Chizik embraces his wife, Jonna, after his team's 16-13 victory over South Carolina in an NCAA college football game, in Columbia, S.C. After two years of living and working in Chapel Hill, N.C., while his wife and three children were in Auburn, Ala., Chizik has quit his job and returned home to be a full-time dad and husband. The lengthy long-distance relationship he had with his family is not uncommon among college football coaches as they job hop through a career with little security. (AP Photo/Brett Flashnick, File)

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