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Years at BYU: Entering Second Year
Years Overall: Entering 12th

Prior to BYU: 2000- 2004 offensive line coach at Texas Tech University;
1998 Offensive Line/Running Game coach at UNLV; 1997 Offensive Line
coach at UNLV; 1996 Offensive Line coach at Boise State University;
1992-95 Offensive Line coach at Ricks College; 1990-91 Offensive Line
graduate assistant BYU; 1986-87 Offensive Line coach University of

Bowl Games Coached: 11

Of Note: Was a 2003 Broyles Award nominee spent the 1999 season as an
assistant director in the BYU student-athlete center and was the NCAA
Life Skills director father Famika and brothers Brad and Matt also
played for BYU served a Church mission to Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Playing Career: Played on the 1984 National Champion BYU team,
switching from center to offensive guard played in the 1981, 1982,
1983 and 1984 Holiday Bowls as part of four WAC championship squads at
BYU was second-team All-Western Athletic Conference as a senior and
played in the Hula Bowl drafted in the third round of the USFL Draft
by the New Jersey Generals.

Education: BYU (1986, B.S; 1999, Ph.D. sociology); University of
Hawai`i (1990, M.S. sociology); Kahuku H.S.

Hometown: Laie, Hawai`i

Family: Wife (Liane) and sons (Famika and Max) and daughter (Penny).

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