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Falcons hire former Georgia assistant

POSTED: February 11, 2008 5:02 a.m.

ATLANTA — Former Georgia assistant coach Chris Scelfo is the latest addition to Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith’s staff.

Scelfo was named the Falcons’ tight ends coach on Wednesday, when the team also named Paul Dunn assistant offensive line coach.

Scelfo was Tulane’s head coach from 1998-2006.

He became the first Tulane coach to win two bowl games.

Scelfo was assistant head coach and offensive line coach for Georgia from 1996-98, working under coach Jim Donnan. Scelfo previously coached under Donnan at Marshall from 1990-95.

Dunn was offensive line coach at Pittsburgh, his alma mater, from 2005-07. He was Kentucky’s offensive line coach from 2003-04 and also has coached at Kansas State, Vanderbilt, Cincinnati, Maine, Rutgers and Edinboro.

Smith’s previously announced staff hires include: Emmitt Thomas, assistant head coach and secondary coach; Mike Mularkey, offensive coordinator; Brian VanGorder, defensive coordinator; Gerald Brown, running backs; Ray Hamilton, defensive line; Bill Musgrave, quarterbacks; Terry Robiskie, wide receivers; Glenn Thomas, offensive quality control; Keith Armstrong, special teams coordinator; Jeff Fish, strength and conditioning coach; Bill Hughan, Fish’s assistant, and Tom McMahon, assistant special teams coach.


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