MACHESNEY PARK, Ill. (WIFR) After 15 seasons walking the Harlem sidelines, Jim Morrow is stepping down as head coach of the football team.
Morrow told 23 News that he made his decision based off of "personal reasons."
"It is a difficult, but necessary decision that I feel is in the best interests of myself and the program," said Morrow.
During his tenure, the Huskies went 101-51 and went to the playoffs 13 times, but never made it past the second round.
In Morrow's final season, Harlem boasted one of the best offenses in the NIC-10 averaging 33 points per game with James Cooper Jr. and finished third in the conference.