Boise State (which, I have it on good authority, is not pronounced Boy-zee, but Boy-see) looked briefly like it was going to undergo a fairly extensive turnover in offensive coaches this offseason, possibly complicating its coronation as the new Mountain West hegemon. Brent Pease, who coached receivers and was Chris Petersen’s assistant head coach, left for the OC job at Indiana just as 2010 was coming to a close. Bronco OC and quarterbacks coach Bryan Harsin bolted for the OC job at Texas a week later. But in an unusual switcheroo, Pease returned to Boise in January, and assumed Harsin’s old job, leaving coaching of receivers (a critical issue currently at BSU) to Robert Prince, from Colorado. Prince coached at Boise for a few years almost a decade ago.