Dave Schramm (American football)


Dave Schramm (American football)
Dave Schramm
Sport(s) Football
Current position
Title Offensive coordinator
Team Utah
Conference Mountain West
Biographical details
Born July 20, 1963
Place of birth San Diego, California
Playing career
1981
1982
1983
Cornell College
Grossmont College
Adams State College
Position(s) Quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1988
1989
1990–1991
1992
1993
1994–1996
1997–2001
2002
2003–2004
2005–2008
2009
2010
2011
Austin Peay (RB & TE)
Nebraska (graduate assistant)
San Diego State (recruiting coordinator)
San Diego State (offensive line)
San Diego State (safeties)
San Diego State (TE)
San Diego State (RB)
Southwest Texas State (Assistant HC)
Montana (OT & TE)
Utah (RB & recruiting coordinator)
Utah (OC & QB)
Utah (OC & TE)
Utah (RB)

Dave Schramm (July 20, 1963) is from San Diego, California and is currently the running backs coach for the University of Utah Utes football team. He played college football, as a quarterback, for three colleges: Cornell College, Grossmont College, and Adams State College.

Coaching career

On January 17, 2009, Dave Schramm accepted the position as Utah's offensive coordinator and quarterback coach.

Schramm has spent over twenty five years as an assistant coach. Schramm got his start in coaching with Patrick Henry High School in San Diego, California where he was an assistant coach from 1984 to 1987. In 1988 he moved to Austin Peay to coach the running backs and tight ends. In 1989 he spent the season as a graduate assistant with Nebraska. San Diego State then hired him as their recruiting coordinator, a position he held from 1990–2000. He also coached various positions with the Aztecs: offensive line (1992), safeties (1993), tight ends (1994–1996), and running backs (1997–2001). For the 2002 season, he was the assistant head coach with Texas State. 2003–2004 he was with Montana as the coach of the tight ends and offensive tackles. From 2005 to 2008, he was the running backs coach at Utah as well as the recruiting coordinator.[1]

In 2010 coach Schramm was switched from coaching the quarterbacks to coaching the tight ends when Brian Johnson was added to the staff.[2] He was also named as co-offensive coordinator along with Aaron Roderick.[2]

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