Gophers Secondary Coach Jahmile Addae Leaving for WVU
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Apparently, West Virginia University is a big fan of what PJ Fleck is doing in Minnesota. After failing to secure offensive coordinator, Kirk Ciarrocca; who decided to stay in the Minnesota boat after he was reportedly packing his bags for the Mountaineers campus last week, the Big 12 school secured Gophers’ secondary coach Jahmile Addae as their cornerbacks coach.[/et_pb_text][et_pb_code _builder_version=”3.19.4″]
I can now confirm that #Gopher secondary coach Jahmile Addae has accepted West Virginia's CB coach job. WVU is his alma mater.
Minnesota now back in the market for a defensive coach. https://t.co/HQ7do18y3i
— Ryan Burns (@RyanBurnsMN) January 14, 2019
Nobody wants to have coaches leave but Addae’s alma mater is WVU and that’s just too tough to beat sometimes. It’s a lot easier to replace a coach in the secondary than it is to replace your OC so I’ll take the swap in coaches heading east.
I wonder if this cements where new defensive coach, Joe Harasymiak will make his name inside of the Gophers coaches room. Since announcing his change of scenery weeks ago, we still haven’t heard where he will coach under DC Joe Rossi.
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