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Jordan Kent on His Father's Hiring

Jordan Kent, son of Washington State's new head basketball coach Ernie Kent, joins SWX by phone. Jordan Kent, son of Washington State's new head basketball coach Ernie Kent, joins SWX by phone.
Former three-sport athlete at the University of Oregon and the son of new Washington State head basketball coach, Jordan Kent, joins SWX to talk about his father's hiring and coaching philosophies. 

Kent was a star basketball and football player and ran track while with the Ducks in Eugene, Ore., before he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2007 and played for the St. Louis Rams in 2009 before he was cut in September of 2010. Kent now works as a studio host for Comcast Sportsnet NW and runs the Jordan Kent Skill Camps for children ages 6-12 during the summer throughout the state of Oregon. 

Ernie Kent was hired as the WSU head coach on Monday, Mar. 31, and will speak to the media for the first time as a Cougar tomorrow, April 2, live on SWX at 2:00 p.m. 
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