It’s the type of support any developing QB needs. Haskins got a whiff of it under Callahan, who committed to starting him for the rest of the season in November. In Haskins’ final two games, he completed 72 percent of his passes and threw a combined four touchdowns without an interception.
King first cracked an NFL coaching staff as an intern under Rivera in 2017 when he was the head coach of the Carolina Panthers. She worked as an assistant wide receivers coach of the Alliance of American Football’s Arizona Hotshots last spring before joining Dartmouth’s football staff as an offensive assistant.
“I always go back to the fourth quarter,” Rivera said. “I always go back to his last two drives that put him in position to score points when he needed to score points.”