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DeWayne Walker was born December 3, 1960 and is an American football coach currently serving as the head coach of New Mexico State University.
In December 2006, his defense held the rival USC Trojans football team to under 10 points for the first time since 2001. It helped the Bruins end a seven game losing streak in the UCLA-USC rivalry.
Following the dismissal of UCLA head coach Karl Dorrell in December 2007, Walker was asked to be the head coach of the Bruins in the 2007 Las Vegas Bowl. Dorrell was offered the opportunity to coach a final game, but declined. The Bruins faced Mountain West Conference champion Brigham Young University, a team they defeated earlier in the season. BYU beat UCLA 17-16 when BYU Cougars defensive lineman Eathyn Manumaleuna blocked a 28-yard field goal as time expired. This left Walker with a 0-1 record as head coach.
After the Las Vegas bowl game, speculations arose on whether Walker would return to the program. Among others, he received an offer to replace Kent Baer as defensive coordinator at the University of Washington. On January 1, 2008, Sporting News columnist Tom Dienhart reported that Walker had accepted the offer. The story, however, turned out to be untrue, as Los Angeles Times reporter Chris Foster reported that Walker would stay at UCLA and remain defensive coodinator for the Bruins. The Sporting News later retracted the story. Walker interviewed for the UCLA Bruin head coaching position and was one of the leading candidates for the position along with Rick Neuheisel, Al Golden of Temple, and Norm Chow. The job eventually went to Neuheisel and Walker remained as defensive coordinator.
On December 31st, 2008 Walker was named head coach at New Mexico State University becoming the seventh African American head coach of a major NCAA football program.
On January 22, 2013, it was reported that Walker would leave New Mexico State in favor of the Defensive Backs job with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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