REPORT: Former Michigan State football offensive coordinator Dave Warner set to retire
After 40 years coaching football, including a long tenure with Michigan State football from 2007-2019, Dave Warner will reportedly retire after recently serving as the offensive coordinator for UTEP. This was first reported by Chris Vannini of The Athletic.
Warner will be remembered for being the co-offensive coordinator with Jim Bollman, where the duo helped put, statistically, the best offense in MSU history on the field. That unit broke multiple school records under their guidance. Warner served as the quarterbacks coach from 2007-2012, and also in 2019, and as co-offensive coordinator and running backs coach from 2013-2018.
Source: UTEP offensive coordinator Dave Warner is retiring after 40 years in coaching, @theathletic has learned.
Warner spent 13 years at Michigan State under Mark Dantonio, including a long stint as OC. UTEP will likely promote from within. Football Scoop first reported.
— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) January 30, 2023
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