January 12, 1990 |
Larry Reisbig, former Cal State Long Beach football coach, has been recommended for an assistant's job at Orange Coast College, the school announced Thursday. Reisbig's selection is expected to become official Jan. 16 at a meeting of the Coast Community College District's Board of Trustees. "I made my mind up at Long Beach that I wanted to get back to this level (community college)," Reisbig said. "I feel more comfortable. At Long Beach, I was becoming more of an administrator.
November 25, 1989 |
Larry Reisbig will coach his final football game for Cal State Long Beach today at noon when the 49ers play Utah State in a Big West Conference game at Veterans Stadium. Reisbig, 10-24 in three seasons, announced his resignation on Nov. 9. The 49ers, 3-8 overall and 1-5 in the Big West, were idle last week. They are led by senior quarterback Paul Oates, who is second in the conference in total offense with 207 yards a game.
November 11, 1989 |
Cal State Long Beach, which learned of Coach Larry Reisbig's resignation two days ago, plays its next-to-last game under him today, facing Cal State Fullerton in a Big West Conference game at 1 p.m. at Santa Ana Stadium. Reisbig is 10-23 in three seasons at Long Beach. The 49ers are 3-7 this season, 1-4 in the Big West. Their only victory against a Division I opponent was against winless New Mexico State. Fullerton will be trying to pay back Long Beach for an embarrassing loss last season.
November 10, 1989 |
Larry Reisbig, who has a 10-23 record in three seasons as football coach at Cal State Long Beach, resigned Thursday. "This is something that had to be done," Reisbig said before telling the 49er players of his decision. He will coach the team in its final two games of the season against Cal State Fullerton Saturday and Utah State on Nov. 25. Athletic Director Corey Johnson said he hopes a new coach will be hired by mid-December.
April 17, 1987 |
"Wouldn't that be something, to have a national championship here," Larry Reisbig said last week at spring practice, spouting in high volume the optimism that runs through the new Cal State Long Beach football coach. After 24 years of coaching at high schools and junior colleges, Reisbig, 47, of Newhall, has the job he always wanted. And if you were to guess his line of work, a coach would come quickly to mind, just ahead of a military officer.