Jeremy Hayden has been hired as the next football coach at Northridge, making a move from nearby Northern Colorado.
Grizzlies athletic director Chris Cline announced the news on Friday.
"We are very excited to have someone with Jeremy's passion, knowledge, and commitment to student-athletes," Cline said.
Hayden has spent the past seven seasons on the staff at the University of Northern Colorado, his alma mater, most recently serving as the program's tight ends and assistant offensive line coach. Hayden started at UNC as a graduate assistant in 2012, and has also previously been UNC's running backs coach.
The move to Northridge marks a return to the high school level for Hayden. From 2002-12, he was a positions coach at the prep level, including time at Daypsring Christian (2002-06), Windsor (2006-07), and Greeley West (2007-11).
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