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May 13, 2015 | BY JEFF NEIBURG, For the Daily News
IT WAS every Sunday, Curtis Bunche said. Bunche and his son, Malcolm, would - like thousands of other Eagles fans - sit in front of the television and watch their beloved team. Malcolm loved watching Eagles greats like Tra Thomas, Brian Dawkins and Hugh Douglas. "A few times we did go to the game," Curtis Bunche said. "But we enjoyed it more so at home in front of the television than actually sitting in the stadium. That was every Sunday his entire life, really, growing up. " Now, Malcolm has a chance to wear an Eagles helmet on Sundays.
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February 19, 2015 | By the Inquirer Staff
Neshaminy hired Steven Wilmot as its head football coach. Wilmot has been an assistant at the school for 20 years, serving as offensive line coach, offensive coordinator, and assistant head coach. He replaces Mike Frederick, who stepped down last month after one season. Wilmot grew up in Flourtown and played football at Springfield (Montco) and Lock Haven University. He is also a biology teacher at Neshaminy. rallysports@philly.com
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February 12, 1998 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
The finalists for the Eagles' final coaching slots are in. League sources say that Indiana University special teams coach John Harbaugh and Clemson's Richard Bisaccia are vying for the team's vacant special teams coaching slot, held last year by Joe Wessel. Michigan State offensive line coach Jim Bollman is considered the favorite for the Birds' vacant tight ends coaching position. Harbaugh, 35, who also coaches defensive backs, appears to be the favorite for the special teams job. He interviewed with Eagles head coach Ray Rhodes Saturday at the draft combine in Indianapolis.
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April 29, 1992 | By Brian Miller, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Joe Gallagher, a former assistant coach at St. James, Cardinal O'Hara and Conestoga, yesterday accepted the head football coaching position at Haverford High. Gallagher, who had been the offensive-line coach at Williamson Trade School for the last two years, replaced Jack O'Donnell. O'Donnell stepped down at the beginning of the year. Gallagher, a 1973 graduate of St. James, was a senior on an undefeated Catholic League championship team at the school. He then attended the University of Tennessee, where he started at linebacker, at defensive tackle and, for his final two years, at guard.
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January 17, 2013
The Chicago Bears hired Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman on Wednesday to replace the fired Lovie Smith and gave him two basic tasks - fix the offense and lead the team to the playoffs on a consistent basis. How he meshes with quarterback Jay Cutler could go a long way toward determining his success. It's the first head coaching job in the NFL for Trestman, a longtime assistant in the league who spent the last five seasons coaching the CFL's Alouettes and led them to two Grey Cup titles.
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January 3, 2013
Matt Rhule, Temple's new football coach, may have hired another assistant coach for his staff. Allen Mogridge, the Central Florida tight-ends and special-teams coach, is the latest addition, according to multiple reports. Neither Rhule nor Temple has confirmed the report. For now, Mogridge is listed as an offensive assistant. OwlScoop.com is reporting that Mogridge could become either the offensive line coach or running backs coach. Temple running backs coach Tyree Foreman is interviewing for that position at Virginia.
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September 25, 1988 | By Gwen Knapp, Inquirer Staff Writer
North Catholic offensive coordinator Bill Connolly died last night of an apparent heart attack he suffered in the locker room during halftime of the Falcons' game against Bishop Egan. Connolly, 50, was rushed to Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol Township, where he was pronounced dead about an hour after he was stricken. The game at Truman High in Bristol Township between the Catholic League North teams was suspended with Egan holding a 7-3 lead. "As far as I'm concerned, the game is over and they win," North Catholic head coach Bill Saybolt said soon after the game was suspended.
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September 11, 2008 | By Rick O'Brien INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Funeral services for Bruce Stansbury, a well-liked football coach at Council Rock South, were held yesterday at Newtown Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Newtown Cemetery. Mr. Stansbury, 51, died Friday from an apparent heart attack after Council Rock South's 35-14 nonleague victory against host Central Bucks East. Mr. Stansbury, of Holland, served the Golden Hawks as an offensive line coach. He taught special-education classes at the school. Previously, he coached and taught at the old Council Rock.
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February 3, 2011 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
Jim Johnson, the great defensive innovator and coordinator for the Eagles, was a quarterback in college and, briefly, a tight end in professional football. He started his coaching career as the head coach at Missouri Southern and, when the time came to move up the ladder a little bit, the job he found was on the other side of the ball, as defensive coordinator for Drake University in 1969. Once there, he never crossed the line of scrimmage again. The point of that dusty story is obvious.
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December 19, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jake Pisarcik has never been to the West Coast, never been farther west than Indianapolis. But on Tuesday night, he made plans to cross the continent and play for one of the nation's best college football programs. The Shawnee senior offensive lineman made a commitment to attend Oregon on a football scholarship. "When they called, I was like, 'Wow,' " said Pisarcik, a 6-foot-4, 280-pounder who is the son of former NFL quarterback Joe Pisarcik. "I couldn't believe it. " Jake Pisarcik said he sent a tape of his highlights to Oregon, and a number of other schools, in late October.
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August 21, 2015 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
DeMarco Murray was active in practice Wednesday. The Eagles running back said afterward that he felt great, would like to play in the preseason game Saturday against the Baltimore Ravens, and could play if the season began Thursday. Of course, the season does not begin until Sept. 14, which is the key date for Murray. But if coach Chip Kelly wants to play him Saturday after holding him out of the preseason opener, Murray won't object. "It's obviously Chip's decision what he wants to do," Murray said.
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May 13, 2015 | BY JEFF NEIBURG, For the Daily News
IT WAS every Sunday, Curtis Bunche said. Bunche and his son, Malcolm, would - like thousands of other Eagles fans - sit in front of the television and watch their beloved team. Malcolm loved watching Eagles greats like Tra Thomas, Brian Dawkins and Hugh Douglas. "A few times we did go to the game," Curtis Bunche said. "But we enjoyed it more so at home in front of the television than actually sitting in the stadium. That was every Sunday his entire life, really, growing up. " Now, Malcolm has a chance to wear an Eagles helmet on Sundays.
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February 19, 2015 | By the Inquirer Staff
Neshaminy hired Steven Wilmot as its head football coach. Wilmot has been an assistant at the school for 20 years, serving as offensive line coach, offensive coordinator, and assistant head coach. He replaces Mike Frederick, who stepped down last month after one season. Wilmot grew up in Flourtown and played football at Springfield (Montco) and Lock Haven University. He is also a biology teacher at Neshaminy. rallysports@philly.com
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December 11, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pete Lancetta wanted to leave Hammonton football when the time was right for him and for the program. That wasn't the case at the end of the 2013 season. But things changed over the course of the last year for the Blue Devils and their veteran coach. Lancetta resigned Tuesday as Hammonton's coach after 26 highly successful seasons. He will take a position as an offensive line coach at Rowan University, working closely with his brother Pat, the Profs' offensive coordinator.
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July 26, 2013 | By Rich Hofmann, Daily News Columnist
JEFF STOUTLAND is the Eagles' offensive line coach. He grew up in New York. There is a street smartness about him that becomes obvious in about 30 seconds. He says he looks at players in his business but he also looks at people. "Your demeanor and how you go about every day is just huge, it's huge," Stoutland said. This is a man who says he prefers to coach physically, demonstrating techniques at the front of the meeting room where players put their hands on him and vice versa. He pegs the classroom-lecture attention span of the average player at about 10 minutes.
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February 11, 2013
Here is the lowdown on the staff of new Eagles head coach Chip Kelly. Notice how many of them have ties to Oregon, where Kelly coached last season: Pat Shurmur, offensive coordinator: In his second tour with the Eagles, he returns after originally spending 10 seasons as the tight ends coach (1999-2001) and quarterbacks coach (2002-08). He most recently served as the head coach for the Cleveland Browns from 2011 to '12. Bill Davis, defensive coordinator: He has 21 years of NFL coaching experience and most recently worked as the Cleveland Browns linebackers coach from 2011 to '12. Dave Fipp, special teams coordinator: Fipp was the assistant special teams coach for the Miami Dolphins from 2011 to '12. Jerry Azzinaro, defensive line/assistant head coach: He served in the same roles on Kelly's staff at Oregon from 2009 to '12. Jeff Stoutland, offensive line: He was Alabama's offensive line coach the last two seasons after spending 14 years as an assistant coach at Miami (2007-10)
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February 2, 2013
Omar Vizquel has been hired by the Los Angeles Angels as a roving infield instructor. The 45-year-old Vizquel played for Toronto as a reserve infielder last season, finishing up his 24-year major-league career with 2,877 hits. The three-time all-star won 11 Gold Gloves. Former Arizona Diamondbacks television analyst Mark Grace has been sentenced to four months in jail under a work-release program. The 48-year-old former first baseman with the Diamondbacks and the Chicago Cubs pleaded guilty Thursday to felony endangerment and misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol.
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January 22, 2013
New Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on Monday hired Todd Bowles as defensive coordinator, Harold Goodwin as offensive coordinator, and Tom Moore as assistant head coach/offense. Bowles was a defensive back and team captain at Temple when Arians coached the Owls in the 1980s. The Eagles promoted Bowles from secondary coach to defensive coordinator on Oct. 16. He replaces Ray Horton, now the defensive coordinator for Cleveland. Moore spent 12 years as Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator with Indianapolis.
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January 17, 2013
The Chicago Bears hired Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman on Wednesday to replace the fired Lovie Smith and gave him two basic tasks - fix the offense and lead the team to the playoffs on a consistent basis. How he meshes with quarterback Jay Cutler could go a long way toward determining his success. It's the first head coaching job in the NFL for Trestman, a longtime assistant in the league who spent the last five seasons coaching the CFL's Alouettes and led them to two Grey Cup titles.
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January 17, 2013
Age: 49 Born: Charles Kelly, Nov. 25, 1963, Dover, N.H. At Oregon He was offensive coordinator from 2007 to '08 and head coach from 2009 to '12. He led the Ducks to BCS games in all four seasons as head coach: the 2010 Rose Bowl (26-17 loss to Ohio State), 2011 BCS national championship game (22-19 loss to Louisiana State), 2012 Rose Bowl (45-38 win over Wisconsin), and 2013 Fiesta Bowl (35-17 win over Kansas State). Under Kelly, Oregon won Pac-10 and Pac-12 Conference titles from 2009 to '11 and a Pac-12 division title in 2012.
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