Charlie Camp Leaves Staff

Dec. 30, 2004

Corvallis, Ore. - Oregon State University assistant football coach Charlie Camp has resigned to pursue another opportunity, Beaver head coach Mike Riley announced Thursday. Camp has spent the last two seasons as the program's linebackers coach.

The 31-year-old Camp helped Oregon State compete in two bowl games and assisted a defensive unit that finished in the top three in the Pac-10 Conference both of his seasons on the staff.

Camp came to Oregon State from the University of Arizona, where he spent the 2002 season coaching defensive ends. He also has coached two seasons at San Diego State and worked under Riley as an intern with the San Diego Chargers in the summer of 2001.

His coaching history also includes spending the 1998 and '99 seasons at the University of Idaho and the 1997 season at Sahuarita High School in Arizona.

The New Orleans native is a 1996 graduate of the University of Arizona, where he lettered four years at linebacker for some of the school's top all-time teams. He played in the Freedom, Fiesta and Sun Bowls.

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