Moran resigns as Marshall football coach

Coach Andy Moran helped lead Marshall to an 11-3 record last season. Jose Marin/Marin Media

Longtime Marshall football coach Andy Moran resigned from his position, the CIF Los Angeles City Section announced Monday. Moran, Marshall's all-time leader in wins and a member of the school's hall of fame, acted as head coach in 2011 despite losing his teaching position at the school in the summer.

According to the section office, Moran had been commuting to Marshall from his job as a middle school physical education teacher in Burbank. His old teaching position at Marshall was not brought back this year.

Marshall finished 11-3 last season, losing to South East in the Division II championship game at East L.A. College. Moran guided the Barristers to eight straight playoff appearances during his 10 years on the job. Marshall has gone undefeated in league in back-to-back seasons -- the first and only time it's happened in the school's 81-year history.

A replacement has not been named.