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ATLANTA (AP) - Ray Rychleski has joined the coaching staff at Georgia Tech.
Head coach Paul Johnson said Tuesday that Rychleski will work with the special teams and help coach the offensive line.
The 56-year-old Rychleski spent the 2013 season in the Canadian Football League as an assistant coach with the Montreal Alouettes, after spending 2009-11 as special teams coordinator for the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts. Before moving to the pro ranks, he coached in college for 28 years, most recently as the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at South Carolina. He also worked at Maryland, Wake Forest, Penn State, Northeastern and Temple.
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