Rogers interviews for QB coaching job
December 15, 2001

Kevin Rogers, the former offensive coordinator at Notre Dame, became the first candidate to interview for the position as the assistant coach for quarterbacks under head coach Frank Beamer. Rogers came to town Friday afternoon and went to the athletics department Christmas party Friday night. He made the rounds around campus on Saturday.

Rogers spent the past three years at Notre Dame under recently fired coach Bob Davie. He spent the previous eight seasons at Syracuse, where he coached Donovan McNabb.

Rogers, who just turned 51, graduated from William & Mary in 1974 and has ties to Virginia - he used to coach at Bayside High in Virginia Beach - which is good for recruiting should Beamer elect to hire him.