Line Coach

  • (noun): An assistant football coach in charge of the linemen.

Some articles on coach, line coach, line:

Steve Campbell - Coaching Career
... coaching career started as a graduate assistant at Auburn University under head coach Pat Dye, where he helped the Tigers win back-to-back SEC titles ... first full-time position was as offensive line coach and strength conditioning coach at Delta State University in 1990 ... offensive coordinator for DSU before taking the position of offensive coordinator and backfield coach under Rick Rhoades at Nicholls State University in ...
Larry Zierlein - Biography - Coaching Career
... Zierlein embarked on his coaching career as a graduate assistant and linebackers coach at his alma mater in 1970 ... the University of Houston where he served as offensive line coach for nine seasons ... he held the title of offensive coordinator under Mouse Davis as well as coaching the offensive line ...
Steve Ortmayer - Coaching
... From 1968 to 1973, he was Assistant Head Coach, offensive line coach, and defensive line coach for Colorado ... In 1974, he was Assistant Head Coach and offensive line coach for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ... Jackets, Ortmayer moved on to the NFL to be the special teams coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 1975-1977 ...
Tom Lovat
... Thomas Lovat is a former American football coach in the NCAA, National Football League, and the Canadian Football League ... at Utah, there he became the defensive line coach in 1967 ... to Idaho State University (1968–70) coaching the defensive secondary and offensive line ...
Mike Bucchianeri
... team in Wilmington, Delaware to hone his kicking skills and serve as an assistant line coach ... Following his playing career, Bucchianeri became a line coach at St ... In 1955, he became the offensive line coach at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin ...

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    Dr. Birdsell, my dramatic coach in school, always said that I was the most melancholy Dane that he had ever directed.
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    The real dividing line between early childhood and middle childhood is not between the fifth year and the sixth year—it is more nearly when children are about seven or eight, moving on toward nine. Building the barrier at six has no psychological basis. It has come about only from the historic-economic-political fact that the age of six is when we provide schools for all.
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