John Rodenberg is out at Moeller (OH)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Those schools are not in Kentucky.
    Let me ask you. Do you think Tom Duffy uprooted his family and left a Very Good program in Danville and moved to Ft Thomas for 50k a year in 1989? I will hang up and Listen. It happens my friend. Just not something people like to advertise or are willing to talk about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JIMMY FROM PIQUA View Post
    Let me ask you. Do you think Tom Duffy uprooted his family and left a Very Good program in Danville and moved to Ft Thomas for 50k a year in 1989? I will hang up and Listen. It happens my friend. Just not something people like to advertise or are willing to talk about.
    I wonder what the 10 highest paid high school football coaches in Kentucky make. What do the coaches at Trinity and St X make? My guess is those are the two highest paid jobs in Kentucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardinalsFan View Post
    A Moeller alum comes home...sort of...

    KENWOOD - The administrators at Moeller High School didn’t have to look any further than their own backyard in choosing the school’s next football coach. Doug Rosfeld, one of the 1996 captains of the Crusaders and a former offensive line coach under Bob Crable and John Rodenberg literally lives behind the school.

    Moeller Announces new Head Football Coach

    -CardinalsFan
    Excellent hire. Doug has been great to work with over his time at UC and Moeller is in good hands with him at the helm...

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    So what qualities would Rodenberg bring to a program?He has a Ky State Championship and experience at a very high level in Ohio. So he has experience with programs with high expectations. What about teaching in the school. I guess he did that at his 2 previous stints. Is there baggage with him as well?

    Just asking for a friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdyballgame View Post
    So what qualities would Rodenberg bring to a program?He has a Ky State Championship and experience at a very high level in Ohio. So he has experience with programs with high expectations. What about teaching in the school. I guess he did that at his 2 previous stints. Is there baggage with him as well?

    Just asking for a friend.
    He taught religion at CovCath, otherwise I have no idea what his certification is.

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    I'm hearing that Rodenberg is working on finding a spot up in Columbus in Kerry Coombs' recently vacated spot on the OSU staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    I'm hearing that Rodenberg is working on finding a spot up in Columbus in Kerry Coombs' recently vacated spot on the OSU staff.
    He is a candidate.

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    He accepted the head coaching position at Indiana 6A power Lawrence Central in Indianapolis.

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    Wow!!! That’s a big job. He is a good guy. Hope he does well. I bet they will be on Trinity’s schedule....again.

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    Article by Kyle Neddenriep, kyle.neddenriep@indystar.com:

    Lawrence Central hires football coach who led Ohio power

    Lawrence Central athletic director Ryan Banas did not hesitate when asked about the reasons for hiring John Rodenberg as the school’s next football coach.

    “His background,” Banas said on Monday night, minutes before Rodenberg was approved as coach at a school board meeting. “His resume is as good as it gets. He’s a winner. He’s won three state titles so the (Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference) is not going to intimidate him.”

    Rodenberg, 53, comes from Ohio football power Cincinnati Moeller. He led that tradition-rich program to Division I Ohio state championships in 2012 and ’13. Rodenberg resigned after 10 years at Moeller after last season. He was 80-41 overall there.

    “I was taking a look for the next competitive situation I could find and that’s when I found Lawrence Central,” Rodenberg said. “I understood the conference they were in and saw it as a great challenge.”

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