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Kevin Wilson

Offensive Coordinator Tight Ends/Fullbacks - Oklahoma University

 

Wilson won’t be an assistant much longer.

 

If a high-powered offense is what floats your boat, then this guy is your Captain Stubing and you're going to love the amount of points he likes to put up.

 

His offenses have been among the most prolific in the NCAA. He is considered one of the top assistant coaches in the country; 2008 he won the Frank Broyles Award (top assistant coach), two other times he’s finished as a finalist.

 

Wilson is my new "hot ticket" assistant coach. He replaces my previous choice, Charlie Strong, who had to be removed because he finally got a head coaching gig he so richly deserved.

 

Here's his resume:

• Has coordinated three of the most productive offenses in college football history in 2003, 2007 and 2008. The 2008 offense set NCAA records by scoring 60 or more points in five straight games and 716 for the season.
 
• Received 2007 NFF of Oklahoma Merv Johnson Award for Coaching with Integrity.
 
• Led a 2009 offense that was decimated with injuries affecting eight starters including five with season-ending injuries. QB Landry Jones led all freshmen nationally with 23 TD passes despite missing a three halves of action during the season. Chris Brown and DeMarco Murray became the first OU players on the same roster to eclipse 40 career TDs.
 
• Had outstanding athletes lead a balanced offense in 2008. QB Sam Bradford won the Heisman Trophy and passed for 4,720 yards and 50 touchdowns; Chris Brown (1,239 yds) and DeMarco Murray (1,002 yds) were on one of only two teams in college football to have two running backs rush for more than 1,000 yards in the same season. It was the sixth consecutive year that OU produced 1,000 yard backs; Juaquin Iglesias caught 74 passes for 1,150 yards and Jermaine Gresham hauled in 66 passes for 950 yards.
 
• Coached a Mackey Award Finalist and All-American in tight end (Jermaine Gresham, 2008); an All-American and Outland Trophy Winner (Jammal Brown, 2004); Vince Carter, a 2004 All-American and a two-time Rimington Trophy finalist and a Johnny Unitas finalist (Zac Kustok, QB, Northwestern, 2001).
Coaching Experience:
2006 - Oklahoma
 Offensive Coordinator, Tight Ends, Fullbacks  
2002-2005 - Oklahoma
 Co-Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line  
2001 - Northwestern
 Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks  
1999-2000 - Northwestern
 Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks  
1998 - Miami (Ohio)
 Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks  
1992-97 - Miami (Ohio)
 Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line  
1990-91 - Miami (Ohio)
 Offensive Line  
1989 - Foard (N.C.) High School
 Head Coach, Athletics Director

Source: www.soonersports.com/school-bio/kevin_wilson.html

 


So, what do you think?

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October 23rd, 2010

 

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