Mike Uremovich joins Wolfpack staff
Posted December 21, 2012
Raleigh, N.C. — North Carolina State University head football coach Dave Doeren announced on Friday that Mike Uremovich, a former head coach at the University of St. Francis and an assistant at Northern Illinois in 2012, has been named offensive line coach for the Wolfpack.
Uremovich was the running backs coach and special teams coordinator for the Huskies this season, helping them finish ninth in rushing offense with 250 yards per game.
"Mike brings experience as a head coach, an offensive coordinator, an offensive line coach and a special teams coordinator," Doeren said in a statement. "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."
Prior to his arrival at NIU, Uremovich was the head coach at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Ill. for seven seasons. In 2011, he led the NAIA program to its most successful season in school history with 10 wins.
"My family and I are very excited to be a part of the NC State family," Uremovich said in a statement. "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."