The NCAA Division I Council publicised on April 14, that Football Bowl Subdivision programs would be allowed to add a Tenth assistant coach to their staffs beginning on Tuesday.
Temple will use the newly allowed 10th admin coach position to make Adam DiMichele your quarterbacks coach, according to a report coming from OwlScoop.com.
Offensive coordinator Dave Patenaude at the same time served as the quarterbacks coach this season. Patenaude’s predecessor, Glenn Thomas, likewise held both positions.
DiMichele, a good 2009 sport and sport management alumnus, became the 19th old Temple player to serve as the full-time coach in when he worked as the wide receivers guru. He spent the previous season as an offensive graduate helper coach.
DiMichele spent the in addition to seasons, the last two years under former coach Matthew Rhule, as the director of gambler development. He worked throughout quality control of the offense and recruiting during the season.
Rhule proved helpful as the offensive coordinator and also quarterbacks coach during DiMichele’s very last season in 2008. DiMichele plonked 18 touchdown passes and 6 interceptions in nine games. Over-all, DiMichele passed for 5,024 yards in 28 games from 2006-08 right after transferring from a, where the guy played baseball for two decades. DiMichele’s passing yards total ranks fifth in method history.
The Philadelphia Eagles closed DiMichele as an undrafted free agent during 2009 and later spent time that year in the Canadian Football League. He won the Most valuable player of the Southern Indoor Hockey League in 2011 before expending the 2012 season while using Arena Football League’s Chicago Soul.