CINCINNATI (AP) -Cincinnati coach Brian Kelly says defensive coordinator Joe Tresey will not return for next season.
Kelly made the announcement Monday. He says Tresey was an integral part of the Bearcats' 2008 Big East championship but that he and Tresey ``differ philosophically over where we want to go defensively in the future.''
Cincinnati finished 31st in the nation in total defense with 321.9 yards per game and 19th in run defense, with 115 yards.
Tresey also has coached at Central Michigan, Georgia Southern, Akron, VMI, and Otterbein. He was a high school coach for 10 years at several schools in Ohio.

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