WAYNE, NE - Wayne State College's new head football coach John McMenamin spoke publicly for the first time Tuesday morning. 

McMenamin, who served as WSC offensive coordinator from 2011-2014, is the 22nd head coach in program history. 

Most recently, McMenamin spent five seasons as offensive coordinator for Central Missouri. This last season, Central Missouri's offense ranked number one in NCAA Division II, averaging 547.5 yards per game. They also ranked second in passing offense and sixth in scoring offense. 

McMenamin takes over for Dan McLaughlin, who announced his retirement in November after holding the position for 15 years. 

Check out News Channel Nebraska's interview with new Wayne State football coach John McMenamin above.