Former Kentucky head coach and godfather of the Air Raid offense, Hal Mumme has landed a new gig. According to Pete Roussel of @CoachingSearch, Mumme will join James Madison’s staff as offensive coordinator.
Mumme was previously the head coach at Division-III McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. He posted an 0-10 record in his first season as coach of the Warhawks in 2008. Last season the team moved to Division-II, participating in the Heartland Conference and Mumme led the team to an 8-3 record, winning the CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl. It was McMurry’s first bowl game in 63 years.
James Madison participates in Division-IAA (FCS) of the NCAA and is coming off a 7-2 season under long-time head coach Mickey Matthews. In 2010 James Madison became only the second FCS team to beat a nationally-ranked team when they knocked off No. 13 Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium in front of 66,000 fans.
There is currently no offensive coordinator listed on James Madison’s coaching staff website.
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