Middleton Accepts Coaching Job in Hutchinson
June 3, 2014 - Champions Professional Indoor Football League (CPIFL) - Dodge City Law News Release
Defensive coordinator Todd Middleton resigned from the Dodge City Law on Monday after having accepted a full-time coaching position with the Hutchinson Community College Blue Dragons football team.
Middleton expressed gratitude for the opportunity he has had to gain experience in the indoor game and to work with the Law's coaching staff and players.
"This has been a wonderful experience for me," Middleton said. "The Law is a great organization with a fantastic coaching staff and an amazing group of players. I am excited about the chance I have to return to coaching college football, but I am going to miss everyone here. I would like to thank the Law's ownership group and Coach (Sean) Ponder for giving me the chance to come here and be a part of this team."
"I am also going to miss coaching here because of the environment that the fans have created," Middleton added. "The people of Dodge City have gotten behind this team and given us lots of support. They have been great to me and my family."
Head Coach Sean Ponder commended Middleton for his work with the Law defense during the organization's inaugural season.
"Coach Middleton has done a great job with the players this year and it has been a pleasure to have him on my coaching staff," Ponder said. "He has been a very important part of our team and he has done a fantastic job with helping our defense become one of the best in the league. We are going to miss Coach Middleton, but I am excited for him and I wish him the best of luck in Hutchinson."
An announcement regarding a new addition to the coaching staff will be made in the coming days, Ponder said.
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