Ole Miss hires Baker as passing game coordinator/TEs coach
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OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin has hired John David Baker as passing game coordinator and tight ends coach.
Baker spent the last two seasons at Southern California, where he was tight ends coach last season. His hiring was announced on Monday.
Baker was an offensive quality control analyst for the Trojans during the 2019 season after serving in the same role for three seasons at North Texas.
Baker, 29, is a former quarterback at Abilene Christian.
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Updated January 25, 2021