One of the greatest running quarterbacks in NCAA history will coach on The Reservation. The Natchez Democrat was the first to report that Pat White would join the Alcorn State staff as quarterbacks coach.
Pat confirmed the move on social media Monday night.
White led the Mountaineers to 4 bowl wins including the 2008 Fiesta Bowl upset over Oklahoma. The dual threat finished his college career with 6,051 yards and 56 touchdowns passing and 4,480 yards and 47 touchdowns rushing.
He'll reunite with WVU teammate Ryan Stanchek. Stanchek was promoted to offensive coordinator on Monday morning. White's knowledge plus Noah Johnson's skill plus a top 10 rushing attack could be the ingredients for an even more explosive offense in Lorman.
Welcome Coach it’s gonna be one hell of a year !!! https://t.co/I0AZqDk2Ds— Noah Johnson (@Noahj_12) April 16, 2018
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