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Morgan State looking for coach after Lee Hull leaves for NFL

Add Morgan State to the list of HBCUs who’ve lost a coach in the past two weeks. Lee Hull has is leaving to take a job as an assistant with the Indianapolis Colts after two seasons in Baltimore.

Offensive coordinator Fred Farrier will serve as interim head coach.

“I think the future is bright for Morgan football,” he told the Baltimore Sun. “We’re going in the right direction. In the two years I was there, we laid down a great foundation. The kids are doing better in the classroom, they’re doing better off the field socially. … Everything is going in the right direction.”

Hull led Morgan State to a 7-5 finish during his first season in 2014, helping the school win a share of the MEAC title for the first time since 1979.

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