University of Miami Hurricanes Release Conshy Native Art Kehoe

The University of Miami Hurricanes released Offensive Line Coach Art Kehoe. Kehoe is a native of Conshohocken who was part of the Hurricanes’ football program as a player and coach for more than 30 years. He is the only person who was a member of all five of the Hurricane’s national championship teams. Kehoe was also inducted into the Hurricane’s Hall of Fame in 2002.

From the Miami Herald:

The only University of Miami coach with all five Hurricanes national championship rings was dismissed from his job Sunday morning.

UM Sports Hall of Famer and Miami offensive line coach Art Kehoe will be replaced by former Virginia Tech OL coach Stacy Searels.

Kehoe, 58, had a three-hour interview on Wednesday with head coach Mark Richt and continued talking with him afterward. But in the end, Richt released Kehoe.

“I love the University of Miami,’’ Kehoe told the Miami Herald by phone Sunday. “I’m so grateful for all the great memories and great coaches and great players I was able to be around.

Below is Kehoe’s Hall of Fame induction speech from 2002: