DSU Names Carter Newest Head Football Coach

Delaware State University president Harry Williams announced Wednesday that Kenneth Carter has been named the newest head football coach. He takes over a program that went 2-10 last season, finishing 10th in the MEAC.

Prior to taking this position, Coach Carter served for nearly 25 years as an assistant coach or positions coach for several different college teams. Last season he held the wide receiver coach position for Youngstown State University. Prior to that, he was a running backs coach and special teams coordinator at University of Louisville. During his time there, they won the Big East Championship in 2012, and were co-champs in 2011.  During that time, they made three bowl appearances, including the Sugar Bowl. Before that, from 2008-2010 he served as an assistant running backs coach at University of Florida under Urban Meyer, helping them to their 2008 BCS National Championship. 

He also had stops at Vanderbilt University, Penn State University, University of Pittsburgh, Louisiana State University, Furman University, and The Citadel.

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