Another coach with division one experience is taking his shot at landing the UW-La Crosse head football coaching job.
Jim Zebrowski was on campus Wednesday.
Zebrowski has been the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator at the University of Minnesota the last five seasons under Jerry Kill.
He also spent a year as an assistant at Northern Illinois, also under Kill.
But Zebrowski also is familiar with the WIAC, having spent three seasons at whitewater as an offensive assistant there.
Now he hopes to lead the Eagles back to glory.
"It's a job where there's a lot of alumni and boosters that care and that's awesome. There are people who've had success and want success to happen again. Obviously, facilities and the set-up here is as good as it gets. That's a big part of it. Academics are terrific. From a football perspective, you have a chance to get this thing rolling back and winning at one of those programs. We want to get it back to winning conference championships and working towards national championships. I want to be that guy," Zebrowski said.
Zebrowski was let go by Gophers coach Tracy Claeys after this past season.