By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to FootballScoop, Concordia University head football coach Mike Juscik will not return to the Chicago, Illinois-based school. He was the head coach for just one season.
This season under Juscik, the team finished with a 2-8 record. The Cougars were 1-6 within conference play.
Both of the teams were at home, as they went 2-4 at home. They were 0-4 on the road.
The Cougars won the season-opener against the Beloit Bucs on September 1st in River Forst, Illinois. Concordia won 36-10.
Following the win over the Bucs, the team went on a six-game losing streak. The team picked up its second win on October 27th against the Rockford University Regents with a 41-13 score.
Concordia then lost its last two games of the season. They were defeated 30-27 by the Wisconsin Lutheran Warriors on November 3rd. One week later, they were defeated 54-41 by the Benedictine University Eagles.
Juscik was appointed the head coach in July 2018, according to his LinkedIn page. He also was the team’s Defensive Coordinator from February 2014 until his departure.
He was also the head coach of Bishop Noll Insitute from August 2007 through February 2014. He also served as an assistant coach for Saginaw Valley State University from August 2000 through July 2007.
He began his college football coaching career with Franklin College, where he coached from August 1996 through July 2000.