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Penn State loses Assistant Equipment Manager Stewart Carter to Brent Pry, Virginia Tech

Brent Pry has lured another Penn State staffer to join him at Virginia Tech.

Since taking over as the head honcho in Blacksburg Nov. 30, Pry has hired Penn State’s senior director of football operations Michael Hazel with him, and former Nittany Lions assistant Tyler Bowen to be his offensive coordinator.

Now, Pry has hired now-former Penn State assistant equipment manager Stewart Carter away from Happy Valley. Carter will be Virginia Tech’s new director of football equipment.

Carter had been at Penn State since James Franklin took over the program in 2014. In his time with the program, Carter assisted with both the budgeting and distribution of Penn State’s equipment and apparel, and was also in charge of Penn State’s student staff. Before Happy Valley, Carter spent 14 years as Georgia Southern’s head equipment manager, and before Georgia Southern,  he spent six years at Fresno State, being promoted to head equipment manager in 1997.

Carter is a graduate of Georgia Tech, where he was the head student equipment manager before graduating in 1994.

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