Cahill taking over Yale QBs, Passing Game

Kevin Cahill YaleNEW HAVEN, Conn. – Kevin Cahill, Yale’s receivers coach and special teams coordinator in 2012 and 2013, is now leading the quarterbacks as the passing game coordinator.

Cahill helped Deon Randall, Yale’s 2014 captain, become a first-team All-Ivy selection at WR after one of the most prolific offensive seasons ever for a Bulldog.

Cahill also coached the Maine Black Bears’ running backs and wide receivers while serving as the director of personnel and the NFL liason for three seasons (2009-2011). He coached two All-Americans (Jared Turcotte, Jhamal Fluellen) and six all-conference players while at Orono.

He was a three-year starting quarterback at Springfield (Mass.) College and led the team to two NCAA Playoff appearances.

A two-year assistant at Murray State, Cahill coached the wide receivers, assisted in the passing game and served as recruiting coordinator for the 2007 and 2008 campaigns. He mentored a pair of All-Ohio Valley Conference players.

Before going to Kentucky, Cahill was a wide receivers coach for Tennessee-Martin for 2004 and 2005, helping the program engineer its first winning season in 13 years.

He also spent time coaching at Maine Maritime Academy (2001) and at Springfield (2002, 2003).

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