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A friend of mine met the new defensive tackle coaches in DeKalb today, they didn't remember his last name but his name was Reggie B. and was from Virginia...hasn't even moved to town yet.

Any ideas who this could be? Sorry for the major lack of information....
02-28-2004 07:56 PM
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Actually his name is Lervern Belin, he has coached at Maryland and George Washington most recently, sounds like and excellent coach
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minor fact check thanks to google: that's William and Mary not George Washington- GW doesn't have football.
02-29-2004 08:23 PM
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Dogtracks - Thanks for the directions. Here is his Bio from the W&M Athletics web site.

Defensive Line: Levern Belin

Levern Belin returns for his third season on the Tribe's staff and his first year as the defensive line coach, after coaching the W&M linebackers in his first two seasons.

In his first season working with the College's program, his corps proved to be amongst the most productive on the squad, as four of the team's five top tacklers came from the unit.

Prior to arriving in Williamsburg, Belin was the defensive line coach at the University of Maryland, where he led Delbert Cowsette to first team All-ACC honors in 1999, while the Terps had the 39th-best rushing defense in the nation. Cowsette went on to be a draft pick of the Washington Redskins in 2000. Belin also tutored defensive tackle Kris Jenkins, who was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the 2001 NFL Draft.

A 1991 graduate of Wake Forest, Belin started for three years under head coach Bill Dooley of the Demon Deacons. After getting his diploma, Belin began his college coaching career with a graduate assistantship at Boston College, where he coached the defensive backs.

In 1992, he received a full-time position at Boston University, as the defensive line coach. After a year with the Terriers, Belin moved to East Tennessee State to be the linebackers coach for one season before joining the staff at Ball State.As the linebackers coach in his first season, and the defensive ends coach in his final four seasons, Belin helped lead the Ball State defense to the top of the Mid-American Conference, as the team won the conference championship in 1996.The Cardinals' defense ranked first in the MAC and 34th in the nation in fewest yards allowed in 1997. That followed a 1996 season which saw Ball State rank 18th in NCAA Division I-A in scoring defense on its way to a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl.

Belin enjoys bass fishing in his free time. He and his wife, DeVida, were married in July 2000 and currently reside in Norge.
02-29-2004 10:36 PM
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so this guy went from defensive line coach at maryland, to william and mary. it might just be me but thats a big step down. makes you wonder
03-01-2004 02:28 AM
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TropesNIU Wrote:so this guy went from defensive line coach at maryland, to william and mary. it might just be me but thats a big step down. makes you wonder
The Maryland staff - along with former Huskie Dcoordinator Mike Mallory - was fired a couple years ago and Ralph Friedgen was brought in.
03-01-2004 09:04 AM
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word is that the new OC is from Army
03-01-2004 09:52 AM
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Yes his name is John Bond, I also heard something to do with him coaching in NFL Europe a little bit too...
03-01-2004 11:49 AM
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Could not find any NFL Europe stuff

John Bond -- Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach, Army Black Knights

(as of football season 2003) Following a highly successful tour on the coaching staff at Illinois State University, John Bond arrived at West Point shortly after Todd Berry accepted the Army reins. The coordinator for Illinois State's high-octane offense the past three years, Bond directed an explosive Redbird attack that ranked among the nation's best. During his three years as ISU's offensive coordinator, the Redbirds established or tied 50 school and conference records on game, season and career levels.
A former quarterback at the University of Arkansas, Bond was a member of the Razorbacks' 1981 Gator Bowl club. He suffered a career-ending injury and immediately shouldered a role on UA's coaching staff, remaining with the Razorbacks in a graduate assistant's capacity following graduation. During that time, Arkansas made appearances in the 1982 Bluebonnet, 1984 Liberty and 1985 Holiday bowls.
He departed Fayetteville following the 1985 campaign, assuming duties as running backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Southwest Missouri State University from 1986 through 1990. During that time SMSU captured a pair of Gateway Conference titles.
Following brief coaching stints at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (1991) and University of Texas-El Paso (1992-93), Bond became the passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Delta State University. He remained with the Statesmen until accepting a position on Berry's initial coaching staff at Illinois State.
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Was Bond at the helm when NIU blasted ISU 50something-zip?
Wasn't Army running option in Navy game this year? Or was it navy? I'm olde and senile.
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cyberdawg Wrote:Was Bond at the helm when NIU blasted ISU 50something-zip?
Wasn't Army running option in Navy game this year? Or was it navy? I'm olde and senile.
Not sure, but I think Bond went to Army with Todd Berry, and Denver Johnson stayed on as ISU HC. I don't think he was there against us, but don't quote me.

We won't be running an option attack next year even if Ken Hatfield was hired as OC.
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HD is right. ISU played NIU after their 11-3 season. That is why ISU really thought they would win the game. The majority of the staff followed Berry to West Point prior to this game.
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I don't think Bond would have been at ISU when we blasted them. Berry's staff was gone and they had Dallas Johnson (or whatever their new head coaches name is).

Plus, If Bond would have been at ISU then, there would be no need to hire him now since we already have their playbook from prior to our 52-0 win. 03-lol
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does new coach belin have Maryland playbook?
and how about Saluki's - don't we have any "insiders" with playbooks from LowCarb?
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The hiring of coach Bond was predicted some time ago. Im glad it happened. Denver Johnson was the coach at ISU when we beat them pretty bad. This is an excellant pick up.
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