Paopao Promoted To Full-Time Spot

Huskies hire Paopao

SEATTLE - Jordan Paopao, who has spent the last two seasons coaching Husky tight ends as a graduate assistant, has been promoted to a full-time position on the Washington football staff, head coach Steve Sarkisian announced today.

Paopao will continue to coach the tight ends in his new role. In addition, Coach Sarkisian also announced that fifth-year assistant coach Johnny Nansen will take over as running backs coach and that Peter Sirmon will add recruiting coordinator to his role.

"I'm excited," Paopao said. "Our tight ends have a bright, bright future and I'm thankful to Coach Sark for the opportunity to keep working with them."

"Jordan is an extremely bright, young coach," Sarkisian said. "He's done a terrific job with our tight ends as a G.A. and I think he'll make a terrific addition to our full-time staff."

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Paopao Promoted To Full-Time Spot On UW Staff

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