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Jordan Stevens taking hands-on approach as Maine football opens training camp

ORONO – Maine football opened up its 2022 training camp on Thursday afternoon. There are a couple big question marks entering Jordan Stevens’ maiden voyage at the helm. First, what will the wide receiver room look like without Andre Miller, who’s now catching passes at New York Giants’ camp. The other question mark? How can the Black Bears bounce back from a below -average year defensively, ranking in the lower half in points allowed last season.
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Maine head coach Jordan Stevens speaks on Signing Day

ORONO, Maine (WABI) - Maine head football coach Jordan Stevens gave an update on National Signing Day detailing the program’s next steps. When he was first hired, getting to know his new staff and program was a key objective. He was also happy to have the quarterback position taken care of.

Jordan Stevens helps Barrow claim FA Cup upset victory over Ipswich

Jordan Stevens scored one goal and made another as battling Barrow upset League One Ipswich 2-0 in their FA Cup second-round replay at Holker Street. Mark Cooper’s League Two strugglers’ 0-0 draw in the first game at Portman Road cost Paul Cook his job as Ipswich manager. And the interim manager John McGreal can have few complaints at his side’s early exit from the competition.

Maine introduces Jordan Stevens as 37th football coach in program history

ORONO – Thursday was a big day for Maine football, as they announced Jordan Stevens, a former Black Bear, as the 37th head coach in program history. On Thursday morning, the University of Maine announced the former Yale Co-Defensive Coordinator as the newest head coach in program history. “I...

Chatting With New UMaine FB Coach Jordan Stevens

The 2010 UMaine graduate was announced as the 37th head coach in Black Bear program history Tuesday, he joined The Morning Line Thursday before his formal introduction to Maine media members on campus. We found out how the 2009 All-CAA third team defensive end choice plans to balance his defensive...

Jordan Stevens introduced as Maine head football coach

ORONO, Maine (WABI) - Jordan Stevens was introduced as the 37th head football coach in the history of the Maine program Thursday on campus at the Alfond Lounge. Expect a hard-hitting Black Bears team in the years to come, as Stevens laid out the goals of winning the CAA and doing so as the most physical team in the league.

Maine-Native Jordan Stevens Named UMaine Football Head Coach

The University of Maine has named former-Black Bears standout Jordan Stevens as the 37th head coach in program history. Stevens, a Maine-native and Mt. Blue High School graduate, was a defensive lineman for the Black Bears from 2006-09 before beginning his coaching career in Orono in 2011. Stevens most recently...

Former Black Bears captain Jordan Stevens named Maine football head coach

ORONO – Maine Athletics has hired Jordan Stevens (’10) as its 37th head coach in program history. Stevens attended the University of Maine from 2006-2010 where he played on the defensive line and served as captain for the Black Bears. After graduating, Stevens participated in NFL Rookie Mini Camp with the Detroit Lions. Following his playing career, he spent four years on the UMaine coaching staff before accepting a job with Yale University.

Maine hires Jordan Stevens as new head football coach

ORONO, Maine (WABI) - Former Black Bears defensive lineman and captain Jordan Stevens is the 37th head coach in the history of the program. He served as an assistant coach for Maine and Yale before returning to Orono to take the job. Stevens discussed what leading Maine football means to...

Maine hires Yale co-defensive coordinator Jordan Stevens as head football coach

Yale co-defensive coordinator Jordan Stevens has left New Haven after seven seasons to become head football coach at Maine, his alma mater, the Black Bears announced Tuesday. Stevens had been assistant head coach and shared the defensive coordinator position since 2019, when he returned to coaching the defensive line after a year coaching the Bulldogs’ linebackers.
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Jordan Stevens was convicted of killing Alillia “Lala” Minthorn. Now he wants a new trial

Jordan Everett Stevens, who was convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Alillia “Lala” Minthorn on the Yakama reservation, wants a retrial. One of his defense attorneys, Robin Emmans, says a mixup in her anxiety and depression medications hindered her performance at trial, according to a motion filed last month in U.S. District Court in Yakima.