The news was first reported by ABC27.
“We are sending Anthony Rose as our recommended candidate to the school board,” Mechanicsburg athletic director Seth Pehanich said Friday.
Furman, a former assistant coach at Temple and the University of Miami, replaced former coach Chris Hakel after a pair of 0-10 seasons. It was a five-month search.
Furman guided the team to a 2-1 start with wins over Spring Grove and Northern to jump-start a program that had previously struggled with motivation.
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