Report: Maryland WR coach Lee Hull takes Morgan State job

Report: Maryland WR coach Lee Hull takes Morgan State job
January 8, 2014, 11:45 am
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Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull will become the new head coach at Morgan State University, Pete Roussel of CoachingSearch.com is reporting.

Hull, who came to Maryland in 2008, held the same position at Oregon State before coming to College Park.

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On his watch, Hull has seen two of Maryland's most successful wide receivers of the past decade move through the program--Torrey Smith and Darrius Heyward-Bey. Both of those former Terrapins are now playing in the NFL.

Hull's contract with Maryland expired on Dec. 31.

He becomes the second Maryland positional coach to leave the Terrapins staff and take a head coaching job. Defensive line coach Greg Gattuso is now the head coach at Albany.

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