Posted: Jan 9, 2013 4:29 PM by UL Sports Information
Louisiana head football coach Mark Hudspeth announced on Wednesday that defensive coordinator Greg Stewart will not return to the coaching staff for the 2013 season.
A search for Stewart's successor is underway.
"I would like to thank Greg for the contributions that he has made to help the Ragin' Cajuns win 18 games including a pair of New Orleans Bowl titles over the last two years," Hudspeth said. "His hard work and dedication helped make these things possible."
Stewart, a 24-year coaching veteran at the collegiate level, joined the Cajuns in 2011 when Hudspeth was named head coach. He previously serevd as an assistant coach at Jacksonville State for 18 seasons, starting as an asisstant coach working with the outside linebackers from 1989-94 before coaching the running backs (1995), defensive backs (1996) and defensive line (1997).
After a two-year stint as defensive coordinator at Delta State (1998-99), he returned to Jacksonville State in 2000 as defensive coordinator, a position he held for 11 seasons.