Mike Uremovich will coach N.C. State's offensive line. The school made the announcement Friday as new coach Dave Doeren's staff continues to come together.
Doeren, who was hired on Dec. 1, said he would bring most of his assistants from Northern Illinois and Uremovich was the running backs coach and special teams coordinator for the Huskies. Uremovich is the fifth coach on Doeren's staff who worked with the new Wolfpack head coach at NIU.
Uremovich worked at NIU for one season and was previously a head coach at St. Francis (Ill.), an NAIA school, for seven seasons. This season at NIU, the Huskies finished ninth in the nation in rushing offense, averaging 250.2 yards per game, and ranked 15th in total offense. The Huskies also finished ninth nationally in scoring, with an average of 40.8 points per game, which included 44 rushing touchdowns.
"He is a tireless recruiter and a great family man and he is probably one of the best technicians I’ve been with from a run blocking and design standpoint," Doeren said in a statement released by the school. "We’re really excited about what he brings to the table offensively."