More On KU's Beck Decision to Head to NU

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Kansas receivers coach Tim Beck is going to
Nebraska to coach running backs.
Coach Bo Pelini's announcement today completes his staff of
assistants. The other eight were named last month.
Beck coached the Jayhawks' receivers for three years. He added
the title of pass game coordinator this past season.
Kansas was 17th nationally in pass offense at 291 yards a game.
He coached an All-Big 12 receiver in Marcus Henry and three other
receivers who caught more than 40 balls each.
Beck is a native of Youngstown, Ohio, and graduated from
Cardinal Mooney High. That's the same high school Pelini attended.
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