Published on January 5, 2016 at 5:21 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Related Stories Syracuse football announces hiring of 6 assistant coachesSyracuse pulls Class of 2016 commit Sadiq Palmer’s offer because of academic issuesFormer Syracuse football offensive coordinator Tim Lester named quarterbacks coach at PurdueCarl Jones on commitment to Syracuse: ‘Everything just happened so fast’Syracuse football recruiting: 2016 OL Liam O’Sullivan flips from Cincinnati to SU Syracuse football announced the hiring of four more staff members on Tuesday. Brad Wittke (director of football operations), Roy Wittke (director of football player development), Sean Edinger (assistant athletics director for athletic performance for football) and Jeff Sobol (assistant strength and conditioning coach for football) will all join the Orange.All four worked with head coach Dino Babers at Bowling Green and had ties to Eastern Illinois, where Babers was head coach prior to working at BGSU.With the hiring of Edinger, Will Hicks will remain as an assistant athletics director for athletic performance, but will work with the Olympic sports. Roy Wittke, who is Brad Wittke’s father, replaces Bob Brotzki. Brad Wittke replaces Drew Robinson.The announcement of hiring of these four comes just one day after SU announced six assistants joining the Orange. Here’s a little bit more on the new hires.Brad Wittke, director of football operationsAdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the same position at Bowling Green last season, Brad Wittke oversaw day-to-day operations including travel, team meals and other non-coaching decisions. He also previously worked with Eastern Illinois, Arizona State and the Pittsburgh Power of the Arena Football League. Brad Wittke graduated from Arizona State in 2009 with a degree in management and earned his masters in sport administration from Eastern Illinois.Roy Wittke, director of football player developmentRoy Wittke spent the last four seasons with Bowling Green, serving as the director of football operations in 2014 and the recruiting coordinator in 2015. Prior to working with the Falcons, Roy Wittke was Eastern Illinois’ offensive coordinator for 17 seasons. He’s also coached at Arkansas, Arizona State and Northern Illinois.Sean Edinger, assistant athletics director for athletic performance for footballEdinger oversaw the strength and conditioning for all of Bowling Green’s sports the past two years. Before that, he held the same position at EIU starting in 2012 until he left for the BGSU. He’s also worked in the strength departments at Missouri, Central Missouri and at Haskell Indian Nations University. He was a member of the U.S. national karate team for five years.Jeff Sobol, assistant strength and conditioning coach for footballSobol was Bowling Green’s assistant director of strength and conditioning in 2015. He graduated from Eastern Illinois and was a three-year starter on the Panthers’ defensive line from 2006-08. He also played three seasons in the Arena Football League. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Eamon O’Shea’s side go straight into a Munster semi final on the 21st of June where they will take on the winners of Clare and Limerick.Having been beaten by Waterford at the closing stages of the League the county’s hurlers will be hungry for silverware.Speaking to Tipp FM, ahead of the Irish Sun’s Press Pack Launch in Thurles tonight, Lar Corbett admits if they get out of Munster- it’s a short road to Croke Park.