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BigRedMax

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This would be a good guy for our Florida recruiters to get to know.

Step into Mike Einspahr's office, and clues to his life are printed on red-and-white Post-it notes and a handful of picture frames are scattered across gray cinder-block walls.

As a child, Central's first-year football coach served cups of 7Up in exchange for admission to Nebraska Cornhuskers games. His life is driven by football, a game he played most of his childhood then at a pair of small colleges before chasing a coaching career.
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Here's more info on coach Einspahr:

When the Lincoln, Neb. native graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 1995, the defensive lineman had two options: put his teaching degree to use or pursue a professional career in the Canadian Football League.
At that point the allure of the collegiate level led him to New Mexico State in Las Cruces. While working as a graduate assistant, he earned his master's degree.

From there he bounced around from four different colleges, leaving at various times to fill both coaching and administrative positions.

He served solely as the director of football operations at New Mexico State from 2002-04 before deciding to return to the field. He had worked a month as an assistant at Northern State University in Aberdeen, S.D. when an offensive coordinator position opened up at Concordia University in St. Paul, Minn.
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