Say this about first-year Kansas University football coach Turner Gill: He works fast.
According to a source with knowledge of the situation, Gill is not expected to retain any of the assistant coaches remaining from Mark Mangino's staff, with the possible exception of receivers coach David Beaty.
On Monday, Gill named Chuck Long his offensive coordinator and Carl Torbush as his defensive coordinator, and said he intended to speak with some of the remaining members of the Kansas staff about their potential future with the program.
Among those not expected to return are offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, a finalist for the American Football Coaches Association National Assistant Coach of the Year Award this season, and defensive coordinator Clint Bowen, who played defensive back at Kansas in the mid-1990s and just completed his ninth season with the program.
Other coaches presumed to be let go include linebackers coach/co-defensive coordinator Bill Miller, tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator Brandon Blaney, cornerbacks coach Je'Ney Jackson, defensive line coach Tom Sims, offensive line coach/run-game coordinator John Reagan, running backs coach/special teams coordinator Louie Matsakis and strength and conditioning coach Chris Dawson.
As of Tuesday night, all but Beaty had been removed from the staff directory on the school's Web site.
Gill has officially named Long, Torbush and tight ends/special teams coach Aaron Stamn as members of his staff for next season.