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Mickey Rehring
Mickey Rehring

Last College:
Franklin & Marshall '08

Defensive Coordinator

3rd Season


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Now in his second season as the Blue Jays' defensive coordinator is Mickey Rehring, who is entering his third season as a member of head coach Jim Margraff's staff. Rehring joined the staff in 2012 and coached the JHU linebackers while also serving as the special teams coordinator.

The first two seasons of Rehring's tenure have been among the most successful in school history as JHU has compiled a 20-3 record, won two Centennial Conference titles and made two appearances in the NCAA Playoffs since he arrived.

In his first season as the defensive coordinator, Rehring directed a unit that finished fifth in the nation in third-down percentage against (.266), eighth in sacks per game (3.45), 15th against the run (100.2 yards/game) and in the top 40 in several other categories.

Rehring wasted little time making an impact on the Blue Jay defense as he coached senior linebacker Taylor Maciow to Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2012. The Blue Jay defense ranked among the top 40 in the nation in rushing, scoring and total defense while also ranking 14th in sacks.

Rehring came to Johns Hopkins after a three-year stint as an assistant coach at Bowdoin (ME), where he coached the Polar Bear defensive line and also served as the special teams coach. Rehring's defensive line fueled a Bowdoin defense that ranked among the nation's best in 2011. The Polar Bears finished in the top 50 nationally in five different statistical categories that year, including 16th in total defense, 19th in passing yards allowed per game and 21st in scoring defense.

Rehring arrived at Homewood with an extensive familiarity with the Centennial Conference as he played four years of college football at Franklin & Marshall. He was a four-year starter for the Diplomats on the defensive line and earned Second Team All-Centennial honors as a sophomore. Rehring helped guide the Diplomats to a share of the 2004 Centennial Conference title and the 2004 ECAC Southwest Championship as well. F&M also advanced to the ECAC Southeast Bowl in 2005 and Rehring concluded his career with 133 tackles, 15.5 tackles for losses and 8.5 sacks.

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