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1989 BGSU FOOTBALLCOACHES— (Kneeling, l-r) BobWolfe (running backs), Todd

Fitch (wide receivers and tight ends), Moe Ankney (head coach), and Reggie Oliver

(offensive coordinatorand quarterbacks). (Standing) Mike Mangili (defensive backs),

Bob Reublin (defensive line), Andy Garver (outside linebackers and special teams),

Terry Malone (offensive line) and Kurt Humes (defensive coordinator and inside



Todd Fitch, 25, is Bowling Green's

youngest and newest full-time assistant

coach, joining the staff in August to coach

the receivers and tight ends. A graduate

assistant coach last year at Bowling Green,

he was a volunteer assistant coach under

former BG player and coach Don Nehlen

at West Virginia University from March

through July this year. His coaching experi-

ence also includes two years when he was

an assistant at Ohio Wesleyan, his alma

mater. Fitch holds a bachelor's degree

from OWU (1986) and a master's degree

from Ohio State (1987). Todd and Kather-

ine Bookerwere married this past summer.


Andy Garver is in his fourth year at Bowl-

ing Green, spending the first three as

defensive line coach. He now coaches the

outside linebackers and special teams and

is the Falcons' recruiting coordinator. Gar-

ver, 31, recruits Northwest Ohio, the west

coast of Florida and the Chicago area

junior colleges. A1980 graduate of Tulane

University, he formerly coached at Jesuit

High School in NewOrleans, LA, at Tulane

University, at the University of Arizona and

at the University of Notre Dame. Andy and

his wife, Terri, are the parents of Allison,

4, and Kevin, 2.


Now in his third year at Bowling Green,

Kurt Humes, 34, is the Falcons' defensive

coordinator, while also in charge of inside

linebackers. His duties include supervising

the team's fields, equipment, supplies and

facilities. Humes, who coached BG's out-

side linebackers the last two years, recruits

the Dayton area and the state of Indiana.

He is a 1976 graduate of Ball State Univer-

sity and has coached at his alma mater, at

Miami University and at the University of

Wisconsin. Kurt and his wife, Pam, a 1977

BGSU graduate, are the parents of Tanner,

10, Jessica, 7, and Rachel, 5.


Terry Malone is responsible for Bowling

Green's offensive line, the centers, guards

and tackles. Before this year, he coached

BG's tight ends and tackles for three years.

He is also in charge of scouting and break-

ing down game films. Malone, 29, also

coordinates Bowling Green's strength pro-

gram and recruits the Detroit suburbs, Cin-

cinnati and Lima. A 1983graduate of Holy

Cross College, Malone formerly coached

at the Universityof Arizonaand Holy Cross.

Terry and his wife, Ann, reside in Bowling

Green. Ann is the daughter of former BG

football great Tom Colaner.


Now in his fourth year as an assistant

coach at Bowling Green, Mike Mangili, 35,

is in charge of the Falcons' defensiv

backs. He spent his first

coaching BG's outside linebackersin 1986.

Mangili is in charge of player relations and

film exchange with Falcon opponents. He

recruits the Columbus area. A

graduate of California State-Sacramento,

he formerly coached at AmosAlonzo Stagg

High School in Stockton, California, and at

the UniversityofArizona. Mikeand hiswife,

Lauren, are the parents of Nicholas, who

will be 1 in November. Lauren is employed

at the BGSU Student Recreation Center.


Reggie Oliver is in his sixth season as an

assistant coach at Bowling Green. This

year, he is the offensive coordinator and

quarterbacks coach, after previ

coaching BG's running backs. Superviser

of BG's relations with professional scouts,

Oliver, 37, also recruits the Michigan cities

of Detroit and Flint. A 1975 graduate of

Marshall University, he formerly coached

at Huntington High School in West Virginia

and at Marshall University. He played pro-

fessional football with the Jacksonville

Sharks of the World Football League in

1974, before earning a try-out with the

Dallas Cowboys.


Bob Reublin is in his fourth season as

Bowling Green's assistant head coach.

This year, he is in charge of the defensive

line, the tackles, guards and nose guards.

He previouslycoached BG's offenisive line.

As assistant head coach, he h

numerous administrative duties, w

recruiting north central Ohio and

Cleveland area. A 1961 graduate of BGSU,

he served as a graduate assistant coach

at the University for one year, before mov-

ing on to coaching positions at Sandusky

High School, Miami University, and the

University of Colorado. Bob and his wife,

Mary Lou, are the parents of Susie, 27,

twins Nancy and Patsy, 26, and Cathy, 24.


Now in his fourth year at Bowling Green,

Bob Wolfe coaches the Falcons' running

backs, while also recruiting Northe

Ohio, Cleveland's east side, Youngstown

and Warren. Coordinatorof the team's "In-

centive, Motivation and Pride" program, he

previously served as BG's defensive coor-

dinator and inside linebackers co

Wolfe, 42, a 1969 graduate of BGS

coached collegiately at Ball State, Wash-

ington & Jefferson, Youngstown State, Cin-

cinnati and Allegheny College. Bob and his

wife, Karen, a 1970 BGSU graduate, are

the parents of Eric, 19, a defensive back

for the Falcons, Kevin 14, and Christine,