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John Banaszak resigns as head football coach at Robert Morris

Staff Reports
| Monday, November 20, 2017 1:24 p.m
Robert Morris athletics
John Banaszak, a Steelers defensive end in the late 1970s, coached Robert Morris football from 2014-17.

John Banaszak resigned his position as head football coach at Robert Morris University effective today.

Banaszak was the second head coach in RMU history following long-time head coach Joe Walton. He completed the 2017 season with a 2-9 record.

“I’d like to thank Coach Banaszak for his many years of service to Robert Morris University and our athletic department,” said RMU director of athletics Craig Coleman. “He has been a true professional throughout his tenure. I want to wish Coach Banaszak and his family nothing but the best. We will now conduct a national search for our next head football coach as we strive to excel in the sport of football.”

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