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NDSU hires Nebraska-Omaha offensive coordinator to coach Bison wide receivers

North Dakota State replaced one assistant football coach with recruiting ties to Houston with another. Terry Samuel, the offensive coordinator at Nebraska-Omaha, was hired as the NDSU wide receivers coach. He replaces Reggie Moore, who accepted a...

North Dakota State replaced one assistant football coach with recruiting ties to Houston with another.

Terry Samuel, the offensive coordinator at Nebraska-Omaha, was hired as the NDSU wide receivers coach. He replaces Reggie Moore, who accepted a similar position at UCLA.

Bison head coach Craig Bohl didn't have to do much background research. Samuel was a star high school quarterback in Houston when Bohl, then an assistant coach, was recruiting the Houston area.

"We want to continue to recruit Houston and it's helpful to have a native Houstonian to do that," Bohl said.

For more on this story, see tomorrow's Forum.

Jeff would like to dispel the notion he was around when Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, but he is on his third decade of reporting with Forum Communications. The son of a reporter and an English teacher, and the brother of a reporter, Jeff has worked at the Jamestown Sun, Bismarck Tribune and since 1990 The Forum, where he's covered North Dakota State athletics since 1995.
Jeff has covered all nine of NDSU's Division I FCS national football titles and has written three books: "Horns Up," "North Dakota Tough" and "Covid Kids." He is the radio host of "The Golf Show with Jeff Kolpack" April through August.
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