Uremovich becomes 4th NIU assistant hired at N.C. State

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Northern Illinois running backs/special teams coach Mike Uremovich is the fourth member of the Huskies staff to join former head coach Dave Doeren at N.C. State.

Uremovich was announced as the Wolfpack's new offensive line coach in an N.C. State news release on Friday. He spent just one season at NIU, coming to DeKalb from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, where he was the head coach from 2005-11.

“My family and I are very excited to be a part of the N.C. State family,” Uremovich said in an N.C. State news release. “Coach Doeren has a great vision for the program and I will work tirelessly to make that vision a reality. I can’t wait to get started.”

Uremovich will join former NIU assistants Ryan Nielsen, Frisman Jackson and Richard McNutt in Raleigh. The coaches will stay with the Huskies through the Orange Bowl.

- Steve Nitz, snitz@shawmedia.com, @SNitz_DDC on Twitter

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