Mark Dupuis Returning To Penn State As Offensive Analyst
Old Dominion wide receivers coach Mark Dupuis is returning to Penn State as an offensive analyst, he announced on Twitter Tuesday.
Dupuis spent three seasons as a graduate assistant with the Nittany Lions from 2017 to 2019.
Dupuis graduated from UConn in 2011 and began his coaching career as the wide receivers coach at Bates College. Before coming to Penn State as a graduate assistant, Dupuis spent four seasons as the wide receivers coach at Fordham.
When former offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne left Happy Valley to take the head coaching job at Old Dominion in 2020, Dupuis was his first hire.
With the Monarchs, Dupuis has led wide receiver groups that garnered national attention, including Ali Jennings, who finished third in the country with 106.6 receiving yards per game during the 2022 season.
Dupuis is the latest coach to be hired to Franklin’s staff after the reported hiring of Justin Lustig as special teams coordinator.
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