Today, Spaz announced the hiring of three additions to the Boston College coaching staff. Sean Dasai will serve as both running backs and special teams coach. Aaron Smith will coach the wide receivers, while former Eagles defensive lineman Al Washington will serve as assistant special teams coach and defensive line coach.
Here is the official release from BC:
"Sean Dasai will coach running backs and special teams. This past season, Dasai was assistant director of football operations at the University of Miami. From 2007-11, he served in several capacities on the Temple University football staff, including special teams coordinator and outside linebackers coach. Dasai is a 2004 Cum Laude graduate of Boston University and earned a M.A. in higher & postsecondary education and an Ed.D. in educational administration from Temple.
Aaron Smith will coach wide receivers. Smith has served as wide receivers coach at Columbia University since 2007 and was wide receivers coach at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy from 2006-07. Smith is a 2006 graduate of the University of Connecticut, where he played wide receiver.
Former BC defensive lineman Al Washington will serve as assistant special teams coach and will assist with the defensive line. Washington spent last season as linebackers coach at Elon University and served as defensive line coach at Slippery Rock University from 2009-11. He was a defensive graduate assistant at NC State from 2008-09 and served as defensive line coach at RPI from 2007-08. Washington is a 2006 BC graduate and played in the Canadian Football League in the 2006 and 2007 seasons."
Dasai, Smith and Washington replace Dave Brock, Ben Sirmans and Ryan Day, who left for positions on the Rutgers, Rutgers and Temple coaching staffs, respectively. Sounds like despite a report in Rivals, Comissiong is staying and will not join the Kyle Flood's Rutgers staff in the same capacity.
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