Penn State adds former Army wide receivers coach to staff

"He has an infectious personality and competitiveness that will impact our running back room". He replaces Charles Huff, who coached the position for four years under Franklin before leaving for Mississippi State, where he is now the co-offensive coordinator under former Lions offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead.

Penn State hired Army wide receivers coach David Corley as its new running backs coach, it was announced Friday.

The program was allowed to add a 10th assistant coach, per new NCAA rules, and Corley fills that spot.

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Corley, who played his college football at William & Mary, said he and his family were "very excited about the opportunity to join the Penn State family".

Now, Corley is a Nittany Lion - and he has quite a bit of talent to work with. "I'm looking forward to working with this awesome staff and these outstanding student-athletes".

With Corley on the Army coaching staff, the Black Knights won back-to-back bowl games, and captured the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy this past season for the first time since 1996. That's notable, as Franklin has made clear that he will not hire any coach who does not have a strong tie to either himself or someone he knows, but also because Shoop and Penn State are still tied up in a civil court case over a buyout Shoop was to pay but has not when he left the school for the Tennessee coordinator job and then did not become a head coach within a year of leaving, according to court documents.

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Prior to his stint at Army, Corley was at the University of CT for three seasons where he served in a variety of roles, including running backs coach, special teams coordinator, wide receivers coach and director of player engagement.

Corley spent six seasons on the coaching staff at William & Mary as running backs coach, quarterbacks coach and wide receivers coach and passing games coordinator. In 2001, he guided the Tribe to an Atlantic 10 title and NCAA Playoff appearance as he threw for 2,808 yards and 21 touchdowns.

After stints in the CFL and Arena Football League, Corley returned to coach at William & Mary in 2008, where he stayed until 2013.

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