Ryan Grubb, the offensive coordinator for the University of Sioux Falls has been named as an assistant football coach today.
Head coach Chris Creighton said Grubb will serve as the team’s offensive line coach.
Grubb was a part of for the University of Sioux Falls football staff for the past four seasons.
“Coach Grubb is a perfect fit for our program,” Creighton said on emueagles.com. “He has worked closely with Coach DeBoer in the past and will help get our offense running at full speed quickly. Not only is he a great on-the-field coach, but he wants to be at Eastern for all the right reasons.”
In Grubb’s time at Sioux Falls, the team posted an astonishing 75-13 (.852) record and helped guide USF to two national championships and four Great Plains Athletic Conference championships.
Grubb also served as the strength and conditioning coordinator for the USF football program and was named American Football Monthly’s NAIA National Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year for the 2008 season.
2010-13 University of Sioux Falls Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator
2007-10 University of Sioux Falls Assistant Coach/Run Game Coordinator/OL
2005-06 South Dakota State University Assistant Coach/Wide receivers/Running backs
2003-04 Kingsley-Pierson (Iowa) High School Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator
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