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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The Youngstown State football team is set to add a pair of assistant coaches, including one with the local ties.

Sources tell Sports Director Dana Balash that Michael Zordich is joining the Penguins as their safeties coach. It's the second time Zordich has been with the Penguins. He joined the program in early 2009, but resigned a short time later to return to the NFL as an assistant with Philadelphia.

Also a source tells 21 Sports that Louisville assistant coach Kenny Carter is expected to join Eric Wolford's staff. He's been an assistant at the collegiate lever for 20 years, and has been the special teams coordinator at Louisville the past couple of seasons.

Carter has a wealth of coaching experience at various positions, including running backs, outside linebackers wide receiver and special teams coordinator at schools such as LSU, Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt, Florida and Louisville.

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