Herrion to take over Thundering Herd
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Tom Herrion was ready to become a head coach again, even if it meant leaving a successful program at Pittsburgh.
The former Panthers associate head coach was introduced as Marshall's new coach Saturday.
Herrion was given a five-year contract. He will be paid $394,000 annually.
He replaces Donnie Jones, who left last month to become Central Florida's coach.
Herrion said he was impressed by Marshall president Stephen J. Kopp's commitment and support ...
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