N.C. Central coaches gain additional roles

Durham, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – North Carolina Central football coach Jerry
Mack announced additional responsibilities for three assistant coaches on
Friday.

Defensive coordinator and safeties coach Granville Eastman has taken on the
title of assistant head coach, while quarterbacks coach T.C. Taylor has become
co-offensive coordinator, along with Mack.

Offensive line coach Jason Onyebuagu also will be the team’s run game
coordinator.

“We have shifted some responsibilities in our program in order to work more
efficiently in our day-to-day operations,” Mack said. “The three role changes
will allow each coach to specialize in a certain area that will help our
program be more detailed in every aspect of game-planning.”

During Mack’s first season at North Carolina Central last year, the Eagles
finished 7-5 and earned a share of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
championship.

The Eagles open their 2015 schedule on Sept. 5 when they host St. Augustine’s.