March 2013

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Bobby Kennedy takes over as receivers coach for the Hawkeye football team. He worked seven seasons with the Texas Longhorns with current UI offensive coordinator Greg Davis. Kennedy worked most recently at the University of Colorado. ���I got a number of calls, and certainly the University of Iowa is a place everybody would like to be,��� Reid said. ���It���s a great place, it���s a great institution, it has a great, great head football coach ��� a man that is focused on his players, their everyday achievement, and a great vision of what he would like his program to be here for 14 or 15 years. He is someone you want to work with and work for, and it wasn���t a very hard decision.��� or as a head coach, takes special pride ��� as I did with Matt Roth ��� in having them know and understand his assignments,��� Reid said. ���(He can) never be afraid to make a mistake, so he can play instinctively, because he understands what���s happening in terms of scheme and how we���re being attacked by an offense. When they have a great understanding of that, then they can play fast, hard, free, and tough, and it embodies all of the great spirit of the game. Any place Of Reid���s 38 seasons in the profession, almost half were spent as a head coach, most recently at Virginia Military Institute. He was there for two seasons before joining the Dolphins. From 201012, Reid was associate head coach and defensive coordinator for the University of Virginia. ���Any coach, whether it be as an individual position or as a coordinator Chris White 41

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