The Big Horn is an album by saxophonist Houston Person recorded in 1976 and released on the Muse label in 1979. Allmusic awarded the album 4 stars noting that "Reliable soul jazz, nicely played ballads, good standards are tenor saxophonist Houston Person's forte, he demonstrates that on this'76 quintet set". "Bluesology" - 9:55 "This Love of Mine" - 5:33 "Gee, Ain't I Good to You" - 5:27 "The More I See You" - 6:50 "Memories of You" - 4:18 "I Concentrate on You" - 11:00 Houston Person - tenor saxophone Cedar Walton - piano Buster Williams - bass Grady Tate - drums Buddy Caldwell - congas
Jason Tyler Candle is an American football coach, the head football coach at the University of Toledo. He had been an assistant at Toledo since 2009, at Mount Union before that. Candle played wide receiver at Mount Geneva. Candle was born in Ohio, he played wide receiver, first at Geneva College and at Mount Union. Both Mount Union teams he played on won the Division III championship. Candle graduated from Mount Union in 2003. After graduating, Candle stayed on at Mount Union and joined the coaching staff as the wide receivers coach, a job he held from 2003–2006. In 2007, Mount Union promoted him to offensive coordinator, replacing Matt Campbell, who had joined the staff at Bowling Green. Candle left Mount Union in 2009 to become the slot receivers/tight ends coach at Toledo under Tim Beckman, he was reunited there with Campbell serving as run game coordinator. Toledo promoted Candle to wide receivers coach in 2010. Toledo promoted Campbell to head coach at the end of 2011 after Beckman became head coach at the University of Illinois.
Campbell promoted him to offensive coordinator. Candle added the title of associate head coach in 2014. Toledo named Candle as their head coach on December 2, 2015, after Campbell departed for Iowa State University. Toledo profile