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Troy: Jim Dye accepts OL job
Waynesboro (Ga.) Burke County High offensive coordinator Jim Dye has accepted the offensive line coach position at Troy.
This will be Dye’s second stint with the Trojans. He was part of Larry Blakeney’s staff from 1993-2002.
Dye, who is the nephew of former Auburn head coach Pat Dye, has been offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at Burke County High in Waynesboro, Ga. since 2006.
Last season, the Bears averaged 39 points per game and finished 12-2. In 2011, Burke County went 14-1 and won the AAA State Championship averaging 45 points per game.
Dye was a walk-on at Georgia before transferring to Georgia Southern. He was as a student assistant there in 1984 and during the Eagles’ national championship in 1985, and served as a graduate assistant at Auburn in 1986-87.
Following his stint at Auburn, Dye became head coach at Hephzibah High School (1988-89) then moved to the college ranks, coaching at Valdosta State (1990-91) and East Tennessee State (1992) before his first stint at Troy (1993-2002).
Prior to his arrival at Burke County, Dye coached at Rutland High School (2003-04) and Mary Persons High School (2005).