What if UNF had a football program...

Greg Davis

Offensive Coordinator - University of Texas

 

Davis' offensive approach would be a good fit in Florida. He likes athletic and mobile quarterbacks that can run the ball as well as they throw it. Florida seems to have more than its fair share of those.

 

I won't waste much dialog on this guy. He's already passed up two head coaching positions (he previously headed up Tulane where he was 14-31) - SMU and Minnesota - so maybe he's content being Mack Brown's O.C.?

 

Greg Davis' Bio:

Under his guidance, the Longhorns have has produced 10 of the top 11 passing seasons, 11 of the top 13 total yardage campaigns and the top nine scoring years in school history. Texas averaged 39.0 points per game in the last decade (2000-09), which ranked second nationally and first among BCS conference schools. The Horns averaged at least 35 ppg in nine of the 10 seasons, including three seasons of at least 40 ppg. In 2005, UT set a then-NCAA record with 652 total points and a school record by averaging 50.2 ppg.


Davis' UT offense has produced five Big 12 Offensive Players of the Year -- RB Ricky Williams, 1998; QB Major Applewhite, 1999; QB Vince Young, 2005; QB Colt McCoy, 2008, 09. As UT's quarterbacks coach, Davis has tutored two runners-up for the Heisman Trophy and another finalist, two winners each of the Walter Camp Football Foundation Players of the Year, Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, Manning Award and Archie Griffin Award, along with a winner of the Unitas Golden Arm Award, a Sporting News Player of the Year, Chevrolet Offensive Player of the Year, four QBs who were Big 12 Offensive Players of the Year and three who earned league Freshman of the Year honors.


Last season, Texas averaged 39.3 points per game (third NCAA), 421.2 total yards (29th NCAA), 273.6 passing yards (22nd NCAA) and 147.6 yards rushing. Senior QB Colt McCoy led the nation in completion percentage (70.6) for the second straight year while taking home the WCFF Player of the Year Award, Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, Unitas Golden Arm Award and Manning Award, along with becoming UT's 20th unanimous All-American. WR Jordan Shipley was also a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award and set UT records for receptions (116) and receiving yards (1,485) and tied the record for receiving TDs (13).

 

Coaching Assignments

1998-present: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Texas
1996-97: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, North Carolina
1994-95: Passing Game Coordinator, Georgia
1992-93: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Arkansas
1988-91: Head Coach, Tulane
1985-87: Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers, Tulane
1978-84: Quarterbacks, Texas A&M
1975-77: Assistant Coach, Port Neches-Groves (Texas) HS
1973-74: Assistant Coach, Barbe (La.) HS


Source: http://www.texassports.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/davis_greg00.html


So, what do you think?