Washington head football coach Kalen DeBoer announced Thursday that JaMarcus Shephard has joined the UW staff as wide receivers coach.
Just as it seemed that the offseason madness around the Washington football team was beginning to settle down, the Huskies’ rivals swooped in and created more problems.
Washington football head coach Kalen DeBoer completed his coaching staff Saturday, announcing five hires from his former staff at Fresno State after the conclusion of the Bulldogs’ bowl game.
By the time the offseason is over, the greatest number of additions to the Washington football team will likely be through staff turnover, rather than the players on the field.
Kalen DeBoer has only been in Seattle for one week, but the new Washington football head coach hasn’t wasted any time assembling his staff.
On Tuesday morning, Kalen DeBoer was introduced as the 30th head coach of the Washington football team. Here are three key takeaways from Tuesday morning’s introductory press conference with DeBoer and UW Director of Athletics Jennifer Cohen.
From Sioux Falls, South Dakota to Fresno, California, Kalen DeBoer has made many stops along his 25-year football coaching journey.
The Washington football season ended with a thud Friday night at the hands of in-state rivals Washington State, but it didn’t take long for UW to flip the calendar to the future by announcing its new head coach: Kalen DeBoer.