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Report: Dwayne Anderson to join the coaching ranks at Penn State

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Former Villanova player Dwayne Anderson is slated to join Pat Chambers coaching staff at Penn State according to a report by 247 Sports.

Anderson, who is from the Metro-DC area, graduated from 'Nova in 2009 after being an integral part of that season's Final Four team and would be reunited with Chambers who was a Villanova assistant at the time. This would only add another Villanova connection to the Penn State bench as Keith Urgo is also an associate Head Coach. Urgo was Villanova's Director of Basketball Operations in 2009, rising to assistant coach.

Following graduation, Anderson has played in Italy and Germany; most recently with s.Oliver Baskets where he averaged 13.5 points a game. He has also started ROBY (Rock Out Be You) a brand that "encourages you to be yourself."

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