Tim Keane joins C of I football as offensive coordinator

Tim Keane joins C of I football as offensive coordinator
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The College of Idaho announced Tim Keane as its first football assistant coach on Thursday. Keane re-joins head coach Mike Moroski after three years as offensive line coach at UC Davis.

“I can’t think of anyone I’d rather have as my first assistant,” Moroski said in a press release.

Moroski and Keane coached the offensive line at UC Davis in 2007. After two seasons as a graduate assistant at Tulane, Keane returned to his alma mater in 2010.

Keane was a four-year letter winner at Davis, at one point starting 23 consecutive games and earning all-Great West honors at center for then-head coach Bob Biggs.

“Tim was an outstanding center for our teams at Davis and a super-smart player. He played an integral role in the biggest win in UC Davis history, defeating Stanford in 2005 – locking down former NFL defensive tackle, Baba Oshinowo.”

The College of Idaho football program will return to the gridiron in fall of 2014 as part of the NAIA's Frontier Conference. The team's first class of football recruits will practice beginning in fall of 2013.
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