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Offensive Coordinator Lincoln Riley calls his players together during football practice at ECU on Tuesday.  (Justin Falls/The Daily Reflector)

Justin Falls/The Daily Reflector

Offensive Coordinator Lincoln Riley calls his players together during football practice at ECU on Tuesday. (Justin Falls/The Daily Reflector)

ECU offensive coordinator speaks to GGSC

By Nathan Summers

The Daily Reflector

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Lincoln Riley wasn't immediately sold on East Carolina, at least not from a distance.

In fact, in the immediate aftermath of his agreement to uproot himself and his wife from their home in Texas and take a job at ECU two winters ago, Riley didn't even know where his new job was.


“I got lucky being able to coach in a great conference, the Big 12, for seven years,” said Riley, who left his job as a football assistant at Texas Tech after the 2009 season to join new ECU head coach Ruffin McNeill. “I got to play at Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, all that, and when I first took this job, I had a preconceived notion. Honestly, I didn't know that East Carolina was in Greenville. I didn't know where it was.”

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