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MONTREAL -- Ronald Hilaire has been appointed head coach of the McGill University football team. The 30-year-old native of Laval, Que., becomes the team's 21st bench boss.Hilaire had been acting as an interim co-head coach along with offensive coordinator Patrick Boies after the departure of former head coach Clint Uttley who resigned on Sept. 30, 2014. Hilaire joined the Redmen program in February, 2014, in the capacity of defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. He held a similar post for three years with the Montréal Carabins, where he was also the recruiting coordinator."Coach Hilaire has been instrumental in recruiting and running the day-to-day operations of the program since our previous coach stepped down," said Drew Love, the University's executive director of Athletics and Recreation. "We are dedicated to building a winning team at McGill and he has won numerous championships over a lengthy career, both as a player and as...

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