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 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Kansas coach Charlie Weis made several changes to his coaching staff on Monday, including elevating defensive coordinator Dave Campo to assistant head coach.
Campo will continue to coordinate the defense and work with defensive backs, while Clint Bowen will begin working with the Jayhawks' linebackers.
Louie Matsakis has been hired as director of personnel, Max Onyegbule as a graduate assistant and Ty Greenwood as a quality control coach.
Scott Vestal, who'd been assistant director of operations, will become assistant defensive backs coach and work with special teams. Rod Jones moves from graduate assistant to director of high school relations, and Maurice Crum Jr. becomes assistant director of operations.
Matt Shula was promoted from quality control coach to graduate assistant and Mark Ross from an intern to quality control coach.

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