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Bluefield College introduces new Rams football coach Dewey Lusk.
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Lusk comes to BC from Webber International University (Babson Park, Fla.) where he served as offensive coordinator in the 2016 season.
From 2011-15 Lusk was head coach at UVa-Wise where he helped guide the Highland Cavaliers in the transition from an NAIA program to an NCAA Division II school. He was associate head coach and offensive coordinator at UVa-Wise from 2005-10. During his stint as the offensive coordinator, Lusk helped UVa-Wise become one of the most vaunted offensive juggernauts in NAIA football. In 2008, the Cavalier offense finished fourth in the NAIA in scoring offense (41.4 ppg) while finishing second in the nation in pass efficiency (174.9) and total offense (477.5 yds./gm).
Lusk was offensive coordinator at Emory & Henry College from 1991-2005 and from 1992-2004 he was also head baseball coach at E&H. He also was an assistant at Abingdon (Va.) High School (1990-91), Gardner-Webb University (1987-90) and a graduate assistant at Gardner-Webb (1985-87).
A native of Christiansburg, Va., and a graduate of Christiansburg High School (1981), Lusk earned a B.A. in History from Emory & Henry College in 1985 and a M.A. in Physical Education from Gardner-Webb in 1987. He is married to the former Mily Dover of Shelby, N.C. and is father of a son, Gil, age 24 and a daughter, Landi, age 22.
DEWEY LUSK AT A GLANCE
2016: Webber International University – Offensive Coordinator
2011-15: University of Virginia at Wise – Head Football Coach
2005-10: University of Virginia at Wise – Associate Head Football Coach/Offensive Coordinator
1991-2005: Emory & Henry College – Assistant Football Coach (Offensive Coordinator)
1992-2004: Emory & Henry College – Head Baseball Coach
1990-91: Abingdon High School – Teacher, Asst. Football Coach/Head JV Basketball Coach
1990-91: Emory & Henry College – Volunteer Assistant Football Coach
1987-90: Gardner-Webb University – Assistant Football Coach (Receivers and Tight Ends)
1985-87: Gardner-Webb University – Graduate Assistant/Teacher