Former Boise State QB Dinwiddie joins Dan Hawkins’ coaching staff in Montreal

By Brian Murphy

Former Boise State coach Dan Hawkins is the new head coach of the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. And former Broncos’ quarterback Ryan Dinwiddie is joining the coaching staff as offensive quality control coach.

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Hawkins, 52, went 53-11 in five seasons as Boise State’s head coach. He left for Colorado after the 2005 season.

Dinwiddie was the Broncos’ starting quarterback from 2001 to 2003 and was the WAC Offensive Player of the Year as a senior. He still holds several school passing records.

Here is Hawkins’ full staff:
• Mike Miller, Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Coach
• Noel Thorpe, Defensive Coordinator
• Ray Rychleski, Special Teams Coordinator
• Doug Berry, Senior Advisor to the Head Coach
• Jean-Marc Edmé, Defensive Assistant/Football Operations Assistant
• Frank Verducci, Offensive Line Coach
• Mark Speckman, Running Backs Coach
• Erik Campbell, Wide Receivers Coach
• Keith Willis, Defensive Line Coach
• Mark Nelson, Linebackers Coach
• Ryan Dinwiddie, Offensive Quality Control Coach

Sports columnist Brian Murphy writes about all sports in the Treasure Valley with a concentration on Boise State football and men's basketball. Murph has been with the Statesman since 2005. You can follow him on Twitter @MurphsTurph.

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