by TD Staff ReporterJanuary 31, 2017
Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops officially named assistant coach Matt House as the team's new defensive coordinator on Monday. Per UKAthletics.com:
“I’m very excited to name Matt our defensive coordinator,” Stoops said. “He brings a wealth of experience and great passion for the game. In just one year, Matt has made a very good impression as the special teams coordinator and as a defensive coach. As the special teams coordinator, I’ve seen Matt’s leadership in front of the entire team.”
This is House’s third stint as a defensive coordinator. Prior to coming to Kentucky as the inside linebackers and special teams coordinator, he spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator at Pittsburgh and one at Florida International.
Filed Under: Kentucky Sports
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