(Neb.)- Eastern New Mexico's Lynn Takes Lopers' Head Coaching Job
KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) - Eastern New Mexico's Josh Lynn has been hired as the new head football coach at Nebraska-Kearney.
The 38-year-old Lynn replaces Josh Lamberson, who was 1-21 in his two years with the Lopers.
The native of Eunice, New Mexico, led the Greyhounds to 27 wins over last five years, two Heart of Texas Bowl appearances and a share of the 2013 Lone Star Conference title.
Eastern New Mexico has had four straight winning seasons under Lynn. This past season the Greyhounds were 7-5 and led the Lone Star Conference in total offense.
Lamb takes over a program that is 10-45 since making the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2011.
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