January 20th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Aside from having the New York Giants throw millions of dollars at him, Joe Moglia said Friday his days as a football coach are over. The man known as much — if not more — for his business dealings as leading teams on the gridiron stepped down from his post at Coastal Carolina to make way for offensive coordinator and associate head coach Jamey Chadwell to be his successor. And barring a dream opportunity with the Giants, Moglia said he will retain his position as CCU’s chairman of athletics while leaving coaching behind for good. Moglia said this will be the first time in a long time that he will not be in charge of an institution, organization or team, leaving him in an unfamiliar spot, yet one he’s at peace with. -David Wetzel, MyrtleBeachOnline. Read More.

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