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    Noah  Joseph

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    • Noah Joseph is in his second season as Indiana’s safeties coach and defensive recruiting coordinator.

    • In his first campaign, Joseph’s safeties accounted for seven of the Hoosiers 13 interceptions.

    • Antonio Allen earned honorable mention All-Big Ten recognition and Chase Dutra collected honorable mention All-Big Ten Freshman honors.

    • Allen led the team with 74 tackles in addition to one sack, 3.5 stops for loss and two INTs (tied for third on IU). Dutra shared the top spot with three picks (tied for ninth in the Big Ten) and made 34 tackles with two for loss, five pass breakups (tied for third on IU) and one forced fumble.

    • Mark Murphy earned his second straight Academic All-America honor, was a National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete and a finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy.

    • Safeties coach and recruiting coordinator in 2012 and 2013 at the University of North Texas.

    • North Texas went 9-4 in 2013 with a victory in the Heart of Dallas Bowl. The Mean Green's nine wins tied for the second-most in program history.

    • Coached 2013 All-Conference USA selections Marcus Trice and Lairamie Lee. The safeties had a hand in 15 turnovers, including eight interceptions, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries.

    • Trice, a first team honoree who signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Chicago Bears, led UNT with five INTs (T-18th nationally), nine pass breakups and three blocked kicks (T-2nd nationally).

    • He also finished second on the team with 90 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

    • Lee picked off three passes, returned one for a touchdown, forced two fumbles and made two recoveries, and posted 74 stops with four TFLs.

    • The Mean Green finished fourth nationally in turnovers forced (34), eighth in scoring defense (17.8), 15th in rush defense (120.5) and 17th in total defense (348.3).

    • In 2012, Lee (72) and Trice (63) finished as the Mean Green's fourth and fifth leading tacklers. Trice paced the team with two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in addition to a pair of interceptions.

    • Prior to his stint with North Texas, Joseph served as the co-defensive coordinator (2011), secondary coach and recruiting coordinator at Montana State.

    • In 2011, the Bobcats secondary was first in the Big Sky Conference in pass efficiency defense (18th nationally) and pass defense (22nd nationally).

    • Montana State finished 27th in the country in total defense and recorded 44 sacks, which led the league and ranked seventh in the nation.

    • Helped transition all-conference safety Kevin Retoriano to cornerback during fall camp in 2009, then guided him to a second straight all-conference season. He also assisted Arnold Briggs make a similar move and earn a spot on the All-Big Sky second team.

    • In each of his five seasons at Montana State, Joseph mentored a first or second team all-league defensive back.

    • Coached at Eastern Illinois University from 2003-06 and produced one of the top pass efficiency defenses in the nation in 2005. He also worked as a graduate assistant at Drake University (2000), Eastern Kentucky University (2001) and Iowa State University (2002).

    • A former player at Drake, Joseph earned Academic All-Pioneer Football League honors and was captain of the 1998 team. Joseph holds the school record for the longest interception return (100 yards) at Wayne (Neb.) State in 1997.

    • Joseph received his degree from Drake in 1999 and a master's degree from Iowa State in 2003.

    • Noah and his wife, Lyla, have two girls, Lily (8) and Chloe (6).


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