Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

College Sports

January 15, 2013

Herd loses fourth football strength coach in 2 years

HUNTINGTON — Marshall is looking for its fifth football strength and conditioning coach in two years.

Joe Miday tells The Herald-Dispatch he’s leaving Marshall to take over Western Kentucky’s strength program. Miday spent six football seasons with the Thundering Herd, taking over the head strength and conditioning position full time last February.

Marshall has had little success holding onto its strength coaches in recent years. Frank Piraino left in January 2011 for a similar job at Temple. After that, Scott Bennett lasted less than six months, and James Townsend resigned in September 2011 just four months into the job.

Information from The Herald-Dispatch.

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