PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -Portland State offensive coordinator Mouse Davis is retiring after more than 50 years of coaching football.
The 76-year-old Davis, is known for the run-and-shoot offense he developed at Portland State during his first stint with the Vikings in the late 1970s, and for his development of quarterbacks June Jones and Neil Lomax.
Davis returned to Portland State in March 2007 after friend Jerry Glanville was hired as head coach. The two worked together at Hawaii during the 2005-06 season.
Davis also has coached in the NFL, the Canadian Football League, the now-defunct USFL and the Arena Football League.

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