American Athletic Conference Football Contacts

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American Athletic Conference Football

East Carolina U., U. Houston, U. Cincinnati, U. Memphis, U. Connecticut, Southern Methodist U, Tulane U., U. Tulsa. U. South Florida, U. Central Florida, Temple U., Navy.

Last updated December 18, 2017.

American Athletic Conference Football Coach Contact

SchoolCoachAddressCityStateZipPhoneFaxEmail
East Carolina U.Scottie MontgomeryEast Carolina Football Ward Sports Medicine Building Room 203GreenvilleNC27858252-737-4570252-737-4646coylea@ecu.edu
U. HoustonMajor ApplewhiteFootball University of Houston 3100 Cullen Blvd.HoustonTX77204-6742713-743-9388713-743-9428tonylevine@uh.edu
U. CincinnatiLuke FickleUniversity of Cincinnati Athletics Football Suite 780 Richard E. Lindner Center 2751 O'Varsity WayCincinnatiOH45221513-556-5986513-556-9009 
U. MemphisMike NorvellMemphis Football 570 Normal, AOB Room #136MemphisTN38152901-678-4140 jskupper@memphis.edu
U. Connecticut Randy EdsallUniversity of Conecticut 505 Stadium Road, Unit 3204StorrsCT06269860-486-2718860-486-2197timothy.pendergast@uconn.edu
Southern Methodist U.Chad MorrisFootball SMU Athletic Department P.O. Box 750216 5800 Ownby DriveDallasTX75275214-768-3667 junejones@smu.edu
Tulane U.Willie FritzBob Toledo Department of Athletics Tulane University Wilson Athletic Center Ben Weiner DriveNew OrleansLA70118504-865-5355504-862-8569edevlin@tulane.edu
U. TulsaPhillip MontgomeryUniversity Tulsa Football 800 S. Tucker DriveTulsaOK74104918-631-2393918-631-todd-graham@utulsa.edu
U. South FloridaCharlie StrongUSF Athletic Department Football ATH100 4202 E. Fowler Ave.TampaFL33620813-974-7171813-974-4028football@usf.edu
U. Central FloridaJosh HeupelFootball UCF Athletics Association, Inc. 4000 Central Florida BlvdOrlandoFL32816-3555407-823-5397407-823-2520ucffootball@athletics.ucf.edu
Temple U.Geoff CollinsTemple Athletics 1700 North Broad Street, Fourth FloorPhiladelphiaPA19122215-204-0858 nharvin@temple.edu
NavyKen NiumataloloUnited States Navy Football Ricketts Hall 566 Brownson Rd.AnnapolisMD21402410-293-2241gareis@usna.edu
List of football coach contact information for the American Athletic Conference.

One Comment

  1. Dajahn Outland
    1/5/18

    My educational experience and life goals
    To begin, I want give thanks for the coach that is reading this letter I put together for you. I'm going to briefly explain to you my education experiences, and how football changed my life as a student athlete. I also want to describe my student involvement during my four years of attending Lynwood High School. My goals aren't very extravagant, but it is something that I am going to love to do as a professional.
    My first year attending Lynwood high school I was a bit nervous. I state that because in middle school that was on everyone's mind as school was ending and summer was approaching. I was a thinker and I thought if I played a sport and participated in activites I would get a pass with school. In this case I was very wrong. My grades were presentable but they weren't where I wanted them to be. I played varsity all four years of my high school career. In this time my ego grew and went through class barely making it , so I can play a sport I love. My sophomore year I took huge turn in academics because my coach explained to me first your a student and then you are athlete and that stuck with me. It changed my life and also my mom was a huge motivation for me when she was in the hospital fighting for her life. My sophomore year I pulled through with the best grade point I have ever achieved. I had a grade point average that was a 3.7 that weighed out to a 4.0 and this was a tremendous accomplishment for me. My Junior year I received a 3.0 and this led me into my senior year very strong and also end with a Big Bang.
    I described how football changed me academically but also how it helped me mold into a man. Being an athlete will test you with attitudes, your posture, your will and more importantly your heart. It tests your attitude because you can either back down from competition or face it head on. That teaches you how to face challenges when they appear in your life. Your posture is how you stand when your back is against the wall. Are you gonna fight through it or bow down when you get knocked down? Your will is basically your consistency when you stick with something and how long you stick to it. You only make your own habits when you keep doing the same thing. Your heart and desire makes who you are and it lights that fire inside of you to keep going no matter the consequence. That separates a man from a kid and that's what football offered me in return. With all that being said, I ask that you take a chance on me and help me achieve my dream as a student and athlete. Just take the time to give me a shot. I am very productive and will put in the work to continue to grow as a individual. I will do my best to help your program and give my all if you give me a shot. I am versatile and can multiple positions which are : Outside LineBacker, Strong Safety, Running Back.

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