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Posted Feb 21, 2009 by Brett McMurphy
Updated Feb 21, 2009 at 01:05 AM
Former Cincinnati defensive coordinator Joe Tresey, who was fired last week by Bearcats coach Brian Kelly, interviewed with University of South Florida coach Jim Leavitt for the vacant USF defensive coordinator position.
Tresey did not return telephone calls seeking comment.
Tresey spent the past two seasons with the Bearcats, but was fired by Kelly reportedly for pursuing the defensive coordinator’s job at Miami. Before coming to Cincinnati, Tresey also worked with Kelly at Central Michigan. A 1982 Ohio State graduate, Tresey also previously was defensive coordinator at Georgia Southern.
USF is seeking replacements for Wally Burnham, Greg Gregory and Troy Douglas, who were last year’s defensive and offensive coordinators and secondary coach, respectively.
McKEEFERY HONORED: Ronnie McKeefery, USF’s strength and conditioning assistant AD for strength, was honored as the collegiate strength and condition coach of the year by the Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society Friday in Indianapolis. McKeefery has been at USF since 2000.
“I am extremely honored that such a recognized organization would even nominate me let alone pick me a as winner,” McKeefery said. “I told our coaches and players that it is more a reflection on them than it is of me.
“It is neat for me personally. I came here 10 seasons ago and we’ve been able to build this thing up. I have been able to see this program go from a one coach, 2,000 square foot weight room to a five coach, 11,000 square foot weight room. You see the things we’ve been able to do on the field as well as the things I’ve be able to do across the country in terms of speaking and clinics, it’s a neat feeling.”