ULM Hires New Assistant

Sources close to the program have verified the ULM Warhawks have hired a new assistant on the offensive side of the ball.

Former Utah State assistant Vance Vice has been hired by the ULM Warhawks to replace the vacancy Steve Farmer left as the new offensive line coach.

According to his bio at utahstateathletics.com

Before his stint at USU, Vince spent five years at Illinois State where he coached the offensive line. In 2003 Illinois State averaged 248 yards rushing a game and only gave up 5 sacks in 367 attempts.

Coaching Experience

1990-92 Georgia WR/TE/DE (GA)

1993-95 Hart County HS Passing Coord./WR/TE

1996-98 Clemson Tight Ends

1999 Murray State Offensive Line

2000-02 Illinois State Offensive Line

2003-04 Illinois State Asst. HC/OL

2005- Utah State Offensive Line

Playing Experience 1985-89 Okla. State DL/Tight End

Education 1985 Bristow HS Bristow, Okla. 1990 Okla. State Secondary Ed. 1993 Georgia Master's Ed. Admin. 1999 Clemson Ed. S. Ed. Admin.

Vice was a defensive lineman and tight end at Oklahoma State, where he participated in three bowl games on teams that featured Thurman Thomas and Barry Sanders.

He graduated from Oklahoma State in 1990 with a degree in secondary education. He earned a master's degree in education administration from Georgia in 1993 as well as an EdS degree from Clemson in 1999.

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