MONTREAL — Montreal Alouettes owner Bob Wetenhall and team General Manager Jim Popp announced on Tuesday that Dan Hawkins will become the club’s 20th head coach.
Hawkins arrives in Montreal following a long and successful career in the U.S. college ranks, including an impressive 112-61-1 combined record as a head coach at the college level, including stints with both Boise State and the University of Colorado.
“I am delighted to welcome Dan Hawkins to the Alouettes family as our new head coach,” said Wetenhall. “Dan comes to us with a distinguished coaching career in major US college football. Dan is especially well known in his profession for the contributions he made to the personal lives of his players as beyond just the science of football, he’s by nature a teacher and an unusually fine human being.”
|Hawkins’ Coaching Staff|
»Mike Miller, Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Coach
» Noel Thorpe, Defensive Coordinator
» Ray Rychleski, Special Teams Coordinator
» Doug Berry, Senior Advisor to the Head Coach
» Jean-Marc Edmé, Defensive Assistant/Football Operations Assistant
» Frank Verducci, Offensive Line Coach
» Mark Speckman, Running Backs Coach
» Erik Campbell, Wide Receivers Coach
» Keith Willis, Defensive Line Coach
» Mark Nelson, Linebackers Coach