Loveland athletic director Chris Stine didn't have to look far to find someone to fill Wayne McGinn's shoes.
When the Indians step back on the field next fall, it will be Jeff Mauck calling the shots. If the name sounds familiar, that's because Mauck was on staff as the offensive coordinator at Loveland.
Last year Loveland had the most productive offensive season in school history. They led the state with 4,704 rushing yards, 5,899 total yards and 601 points.
"We look forward to Coach Mauck's student-first approach to the game," Stine said in email. He emphasizes success in the classroom as his number one priority. His positive energy, commitment to student and student-athletes, and love for the game are just some of the reason why we believe Coach Mauck to be the perfect fit at Loveland."
Loveland's offense shined in a 62-14 win over Skyline in the Class 4A state championship game last December.
Maucks hiring has been updated in the list of football coaching changes heading into the 2019 season.