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Ryan Carty, in his first year as the offensive coordinator with the University of New Hampshire football team, is out of the hospital and doing better.
Carty, 29, was hospitalized just over a week ago with stroke-like symptoms and missed Saturday’s game at Minnesota. He was released from the hospital on Monday.
“He stopped by and said hello to us,” head coach Sean McDonnell said on Wednesday. “He looked great. The past couple of days he’s been in outpatient rehab and he’s coming along. There’s some things he’s got to work on and take care of. He’s got to get through this week and see where he’s at. Knocking on wood, hopefully it’s a quick return, but we’re not sure.”
McDonnell said he has not discussed with Carty when he might return.
“We’re more concerned with him getting to feel like Ryan Carty feels,” McDonnell said.
Carty, a former University of Delaware quarterback, is in his sixth year as a UNH assistant coach.
No. 18 UNH faces Central Connecticut State in its home opener in Cowell Stadium on Saturday at noon.
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