Conque resigns at Central Arkansas, takes Stephen F. Austin job

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Updated: December 14, 2013

Conway, AR (SportsNetwork.com) – Central Arkansas football coach Clint
Conque is switching schools in the Southland Conference, taking over the
head coaching reins at Stephen F. Austin.

Conque is leaving UCA after 14 seasons to move to the rival Lumberjacks. He had
a 105-59 record and won three conference championships with the Bears, leading
them from the Division II level to the FCS in 2006.

“We appreciate the 14 years Coach Conque dedicated to UCA and Conway. UCA has a
longstanding championship tradition, and Clint Conque continued this tradition
and led us into our Division I era with great success, and for that we are
thankful,” UCA athletic director Dr. Brad Teague said in a statement.

UCA finished 7-5 overall and 4-3 in the Southland this season.

At Stephen F. Austin, Conque succeeds J.C. Harper, who was fired last month
after his seventh season as the Lumberjacks’ head coach. They went 3-9 overall
and 1-6 in the Southland this season.