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Roedl to leave Temple for Oregon

Temple's deputy athletic director Eric Roedl has announced his resignation to become the executive senior associate athletic director at Oregon, effective Jan. 23.

Roedl to leave Temple for Oregon

Temple's deputy athletic director Eric Roedl has announced his resignation to become the executive senior associate athletic director at Oregon, effective Jan. 23.

He will be responsible for the Ducks' athletic department's overall budget.

"It has been an honor and a privilege to serve Temple athletics over the past eight and half years through a period of significant transition, growth and success," Roedl said in a statement. "My family and I have had an amazing experience and would like to thank [Temple athletic director] Bill Bradshaw and Temple University for all they have done for us."

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