Jeff Albers is a newcomeron the Falcons' coaching
staff, coming on board last spring to assist in coaching
the tight ends.
Albers, 27, comesto Bowling Green from Ohio Nor-
thern University, where he spent one year on the foot-
ball staff. Prior to that, he coached one year at three
different high schools: Rock Falls in Rock Falls, IL;
Waunakee, in Waunakee, Wl; and Madison West in
Albers attended the Universityof Wisconsin in Madison, graduating with
a bachelor's degree in physical education in 1986.
Andy Dengler is in his second year as a graduate
assistant football coach at Bowling Green State
University. He assists coach Terry Malone with the
Dengler, 26, came to BGSU after three years of
coaching at the high school level. He was an assist-
ant coach at Circleville High School in Circleville, OH,
for two years Before that, he was an assistant coach
for one year at Hopewell-Loudon High School near
Dengler, a native of Circleville, is a graduate of Heidelberg College in
Tiffin, OH. While at Heidelberg, he lettered two years as an offensive and
James Nimtz joins the Falcon football program this
year as a graduate assistant coach for the defense.
He will also be working toward a master's degree in
sport administration at the University.
Nimtz, 25, comesto Bowling Green from Scottsdale
Community College in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he
was a volunteer assistant coach for one year.
Nimtz is a 1987 graduate of Kent State University
with a bachelor's degree in speech. While at Kent, Nimtz lettered in 1985
as the Golden Flashes' placekicker, finishing second on the team in scor-
ing with 46 points. He made seven of 15 field goal tries and was 25 of
25 on extra point kicks.
Fred Ridder is in his first year as a volunteer assistant coach at Bowl-
ing Green State University. He will assist the Falcon defensive coaches
with the inside and outside linebackers in 1989.
Ridder, who turns 24 on September 29, was a four-year letterman in
football at Ohio State Unviersityfrom 1984-87. He played inside linebacker
and nose guard as a Buckeye, helping OSU win two Big Ten Champion-
ships and play in the Rose, Citrus and Cotton Bowls.
Ridder earned his bachelor's degree in education in 1988 and is cur-
rently working on his master's degree in facilities management at BGSU.
GeorgeTannerjoins the Falcon football programthis
year as a special assistant coach for the defense.
Tanner, 41, comes to Bowling Green from Bethune-
Cookman College, where he coached the defensive
line and special teams, while also acting as the re-
cruiting coordinator. Once a Ford Motor Company
employee, he got into football coaching at Albion Col-
lege in 1985. Since then, he has coached at Eastern
Michigan (spring, 1986), Bloomsburg (fall, 1986)
Wayne State (1987) and Bethune-Cookman.
A native of Silver City, Mississippi, Tanner graduated from Romeo High
School in Romeo, Michigan in 1966. He holds an associate's degree in
physical education from Ferris State (1974) and a bachelor's degree in
physical education from Southeastern College (1983).
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