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Fresno State offensive line coach Cameron Norcross accepted the same position at Vanderbilt on Wednesday according to a source.

By Thayer Evans
December 23, 2015

Fresno State offensive line coach Cameron Norcross accepted the same position at Vanderbilt on Wednesday according to a source.

This season was Norcross’s fourth in his position at Fresno State. Prior to that, the respected 39-year-old had spent his entire coaching career at his alma mater, Nevada

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He spent his last two seasons with the Wolf Pack as offensive line coach and run game coordinator. Before that, he was the program's tight ends and co-offensive line coach.

That included Norcross’s involvement in ex-Nevada coach Chris Ault’s creation of the pistol offense prior to the 2005 season. Norcross got his start in coaching as a graduate assistant for the Wolf Pack from 2001-02.

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A Ely, Nevada native, Norcross was an offensive lineman for Nevada from 1997-99. He replaces former Vanderbilt offensive line coach Keven Lightner, who wasn't retained earlier this month.

Vanderbilt went 4-8 this past season under coach Derek Mason, who has a 7-17 record in his two seasons with the Commodores.

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