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Report: Former Angelo State offensive coordinator is UTEP’s new wide receivers coach

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UTEP has reportedly added a respected offensive mind as their new wide receivers coach.

According to FootballScoop.com, Angelo State assistant head coach / offensive coordinator Theron Aych will be the new wide receivers coach at UTEP.

Aych was the offensive coordinator at Angelo State the past four seasons that featured the growth and development of quarterback Kyle Washington who led all D-2 quarterbacks in passing yards with 4.522 yards in 2015.

He has also mentored current NFL player Delanie Walker during his four year stint at Central Missouri, and has been the running backs coach at Houston and also had a stint at Washington on the defensive side.

The most important aspect in this hire is his recruiting ties to the Greater Houston area, and South Central Texas which was his recruiting areas while he was the running backs coach at Houston.

Aych was a wide receiver himself at Northern State from 1989-93, and replaces Todd Whitten who took over the Tarleton State program as head coach.

Sean Kugler has would not confirm the hiring, but Aych has updated his Twitter profile bio as an UTEP assistant coach. Give him a follow @coachtheronaych