Mike Santiago
Mike Santiago
Greg Stevens
Greg Stevens
Vance Vice
Vance Vice
Chris Tabor
Chris Tabor

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mike Santiago
The Aggies new offensive coordinator will be Mike Santiago. Santiago coached the 1-AA Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks for the past six seasons, in that time compiling a 39-27 record. He led his team to winning seasons in each of his years at SFA, a school record.

Greg Stevens
Another Stephen F. Austin transplant, Greg Stevens spent the last four seasons as the Lumberjacks’ offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach. Stevens will continue working with the wide receivers here at USU. He grew up in Ephraim, Utah, and was an all-conference quarterback at Snow College before later earning MVP honors at Eastern Oregon.

Vance Vice
Vance Vice played his college football as a tight end at Oklahoma State when Coach Guy was an assistant coach there. For the last six years, Vice worked with the offensive line at Illinois State, and will continue coaching the offensive line at USU. Before coaching at ISU, he was the offensive line coach at Murray State and tight end coach at Clemson.

Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson has been hired to head up the Aggies’ defense as the team’s defensive coordinator. Johnson played football at UC Davis and later coached there, most recently working with the linebackers. His other coaching stops were Oregon, San Jose State, Boise State, and Nevada.

Chris Tabor
They aren’t all new faces for USU Football. Chris Tabor spent the last three seasons coaching wide receivers here at Utah State, in addition to being an assistant coach last year. Among the players he’s mentored are current St. Louis Ram’s player Kevin Curtis, and last year’s Aggie sensation Kevin Robinson. Prior to coming to USU, Tabor was head coach at Culver-Stockton in Missouri.

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