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Weber State football: Wildcats hire former Montana head coach as offensive coordinator

Published February 14, 2013 5:54 pm
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Weber State hired former Montana head coach Robin Pflugrad on Thursday as the team's offensive coordinator.

Pflugrad was hired to replace Timm Rosenbach, who left WSU head coach Jody Sears' staff in January for UNLV.

Pflugrad coached the Grizzlies in 2010 and 2011, compiling an 18-7 record and a Big Sky Championship in 2011. Before that, Pflugrad was an assistant coach with the Grizzlies in 2009, coaching the wide receivers.

"I'm extremely excited to return to coaching and really appreciate the opportunity presented to me by coach Sears and athletic director Jerry Bovee to come to Weber State," Pflugrad said.

Sears also elevated Steve Morton to associate head coach and Eric Lewis to defensive coordinator. Both were assistant coaches at Weber State last season.




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