Maciocia has spent the last three seasons coaching at the university level, most recently with the Montreal Carabins where he won a Vanier Cup Championship in 2014.
Maciocia began his CFL career with the Alouettes following their move from Baltimore to Montreal in 1996, From then until 2001 he held many positions, serving primarily as an assistant coach and Offensive Coordinator. In 2002, Maciocia was named the Offensive Coordinator of the Edmonton Eskimos, winning a Grey Cup in 2003, and earning a head coaching position from 2005 to 2008.
If Reed does indeed land the job, it would be the first executive position for a coach that has spent the majority of his CFL career as a coordinator on the defensive side of the ball. From 2011 to 2013, Reed served as head coach for the Edmonton Eskimos where he posted a 22-32 record with two playoff berths.
Montreal parted ways with the only GM the modern-era Alouettes knew when the Jim Popp era ended in November. Popp spent over two decades with the team after originally joining the Baltimore Stallions in 1994, who later moved to Montreal to become the Alouettes.
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