San Jose State officially announced football coach Ron Caragher's full staff of assistants Thursday, more than a month after some members were reportedly hired.

As expected, former Washington assistant Jimmie Dougherty is the offensive coordinator, and Kenwick Thompson is the defensive coordinator. Thompson coached at San Jose State from 2001-06 and had been at Cal for the past six seasons.

Dougherty was also at the University of San Diego for five years -- three under Jim Harbaugh and two under Caragher.

Greg Lewis, a former NFL receiver, is the wide receivers coach. He served in that position under Caragher at San Diego last season.

Another former NFL player, Hank Fraley, is the offensive line coach. He also coached last year at San Diego.

Other new Spartans assistants are Joe Staab (safeties), James Jones (defensive line) and Donte Williams (cornerbacks).

Two holdovers from former coach Mike MacIntyre's staff are Fred Guidici (running backs/special teams) and Terry Malley (recruiting coordinator/tight ends).

  • Cal spring football practices under new coach Sonny Dykes will begin Feb. 25 at Memorial Stadium. The spring game will be March 23 (Pac-12 Networks, 4 p.m.). Admission to workouts and the game will be free to the public. ... Darius Allensworth, a four-star cornerback from Heritage High in Riverside County, confirmed he'll sign a letter of intent with Cal on Feb. 6. He had visited Washington State two weekends ago.

  • Former Cal star Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Stanford's Ron Tomsic will be added to the Pac-12 Hall of Honor on March 16 during halftime of the title game of the Pac-12 basketball tournament in Las Vegas. In his one season at Cal in 1995-96, Abdur-Rahim was named Pac-10 Player of the Year. Tomsic was a three-time All-Pacific Coast Conference pick in the 1950s.

    MLS

    The Earthquakes haven't given up hopes of bringing Simon Dawkins back this season although the Tottenham striker was loaned to Aston Villa.

    A San Jose official said the Quakes will try to acquire Dawkins in the June transfer window. But for now, Dawkins will finish the English Premier League season with 19th-place Aston Villa.

    The Quakes have tried to acquire Dawkins but so far Tottenham's price has been too high for a permanent move to MLS. In two seasons in San Jose, he has 14 goals in 53 appearances.

    Staff writers Elliott Almond and Jeff Faraudo and wire services contributed to this report.