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Mike Price, Players Reflect on the Coach & His Legacy [VIDEO]

And that's a wrap. Mike Price's exit from the UTEP program was much more low-key than his entrance, as the Miners dropped a 33-24 game to the Rice Owls to finish their 2012 season at 3-9. Price talked about the game, his career, and the challenges that face the next coach, mentioning that El Paso doesn't get nearly the respect it deserves. Price cracked that El Paso was a bit like Kuwait -- alone in a desert surrounded by states and regions that barely acknowledge it, but with no oil.

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Price Is Right at Home In A City That Wanted Him Fired [OPINION]

A cold wind blows across a porch in Couer d'Alene, ID. The tall pines in the snowy mountains above stand vigil in dress whites sharp enough to put a Navy man to shame. But there is no light inside the house, no fire in its hearth. It sits empty, its owner still enamored of a warm desert breeze near another international border, still friends with the man who would fire him, still positive about the best job he never thought he'd have.

A job he knew he would no longer have.

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Mike Price Retires: An Emotional Farewell for UTEP Football Coach [VIDEO]

Overcome by emotion as he talked about his friendship with the man who likely forced him out of the job he loved, Director of Athletics Bob Stull, UTEP head coach Mike Price announced his retirement, effective as of the final whistle of the Miners' final game this Saturday against the Rice Owls.

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Who’s Got Next? UTEP AD Bob Stull Talks About Who Will Lead Miners Program [VIDEO]

UTEP Director of Athletics Bob Stull called it one of the hardest things he's ever done: accepting -- if not forcing -- the resignation of his friend, Miners head coach Mike Price. Talking about what Price has to elevate the program, Stull also talked about what he'll look for in the next UTEP head coach.

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