Feb 162004
 
Authors: Sports Staff

CSU football coach Sonny Lubick announced Monday the appointment

of David Arnold as the team’s new tight end and special teams

coach.

“Dave is an outstanding football coach,” Lubick said of the

newest addition to the coaching staff in a press release. “He has

had a great deal of experience and has been successful as a coach

at every level – college and professional. I am also happy with the

fact that one of his many strengths is coaching tight ends and

special teams.

“Dave has had the opportunity to be a head coach and an

assistant coach, and has been successful every where he has been. I

really think he will be a valuable asset to our program. He knows

how to deal with student-athletes, and he knows the game inside and

out.”

Lubick, who is in his 12th year at Colorado State, said Arnold

will join the staff next week.

Arnold comes to Colorado State after having served as an

assistant coach at Albion College since 1999. From 1995-97, he was

the special teams coach for the Seattle Seahawks. Lubick and Arnold

worked together at the University of Miami from 1989-93. Lubick was

defensive coordinator and Arnold was tight ends and special teams

coach. Arnold stayed at Miami through 1994 before joining the

Seahawks.

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