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Daye announces coaching staff changes

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MissouriSouthern football coach Daryl Daye has announced the hiring of Aaron DeBerry asdefensive line coach, as well as other coaching staff changes. 

DeBerry comesto Southern after two seasons at Independence Community College where he servedas the defensive coordinator and coached the defensive line. Under histuteledge, more than 15 of his players signed four-year scholarship offers tocontinue their playing careers. 

He previouslyspent six seasons as a coach on the high school level. DeBerry kicked off hisfootball coaching career in 2006-09 serving as the co-defensive coordinator anddefensive line coach at Indian River High School in Chesapeake, Va. While atIndian River, DeBerry guided the school to two playoff berths, one resulting ina state semifinals run. In his four seasons at IRHS, DeBerry helped produceseven All-District candidates, three All-Tidewater selections and one All-Statenominee.

During the2010 and 2011 seasons, DeBerry served as the defensive coordinator anddefensive line coach at Creekside High School in Fairburn, Ga. During those twoseasons, he would assist CHS to one playoff appearance while also producingeight All-Region nominees, three All-State selections and one Under Armor andArmy All-American candidate.

DeBerryattended Liberty University from 1999-2003 where he would be a four-yearstarter. He played under ICC head coach Steve Carson, who was defensivecoordinator, during his senior season in 2003. He holds three current schoolrecords at Liberty, including career sacks (26), most sacks in a game (4) andcareer tackles for loss (44).

He finishedhis playing career in the Canadian Football League with the British ColumbiaLions in 2004.

Daye alsoannounced that Wally Ake and Bob Howell will not return to the sidelines in2014. Other changes include Chandler Tygard moving from defensive line to widereceivers and Rodney Freeman moving from wide receivers to running backs. 

Daye said hestill anticipates two more coaches being added to staff. 

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