By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Two days after Bob Bartolomeo retired as the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds head football coach, the school has named a replacement. Chris Keevers has been promoted as head coach, according to FootballScoop.
Before the promotion, Keevers was the team’s Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach. The 2018 season was his 25th season on the staff.
Keevers takes over a program that went 10-2 last season. The team lost in the second round of the playoffs.
He had been the team’s Defensive Coordinator since the 2010 season. He was the team’s Linebackers Coach six years prior.
He also was the team’s Defensive Coordinator from 2001 through 2003.
He joined the Greyhounds coaching staff in 1994. He previously coached at St. Mary’s College Gaels (California) Defensive Line/Special Teams/Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Keevers also served as the Purdue Boilermakers Defensive Line Coach to begin his career.
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