North Dakota's Breitbach becomes head coach at Millersville

Offensive coordinator Greg Breitbach has left the University of North Dakota football program to become the head coach at Millersville University.

Breitbach will be introduced on Friday at a news conference at the Division II school in southeast Pennsylvania.

He has spent the last seven seasons as an assistant coach at UND, including the past five as the team's offensive coordinator. He also coached running backs and quarterbacks during his tenure.

"It was a tough decision, but the opportunity to be a head coach at the collegiate level has always been a dream of mine and Millersville felt like the right place for me to take that next step in my coaching career," Breitbach said. "I do believe great things are in store for the UND football program as it continues to climb the Big Sky Conference ladder. I look forward to supporting UND now from a distance and watching as that success unfolds."

UND head coach Chris Mussman said wide receivers coach Luke Schleusner will handle the offensive coordinator duties during spring football practices, which begin on Friday.