Bill Carmody hired by Fairfield as special assistant

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Former Northwestern coach Bill Carmody has landed a job. The guru of the “Princeton offense” was hired by Fairfield coach Sydney Johnson as a special assistant/advisor.

Johnson played for Carmody as Princeton.

Carmody will not coach players during practices or games, but will serve advise Johnson in his preparation for games and practices. Between stints at Princeton and Northwestern, Carmody has 284 wins.

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