Put together a 92-12 record while training Boise State’s football group from 2006 to 2013; received the Paul “Keep” Bryant Award for the NCAA’s best trainer in 2006 and 2009; became mind trainer of the School of Washington in 2014. He performed quarterback in university, initial for Sacramento Town College, after that for UC Davis and received his initial coaching job being a freshmen trainer at UC Davis in 1987. His most well-known and celebrated success at Boise Condition came on the 2007 Fiesta Dish, where a remarkably courageous play-call resulted in an annoyed of perennial powerhouse Oklahoma. He elevated two children along with his wife Barbara Petersen. Following the 2013 period he still left Boise State in order that he could replace Steve Sarkisian on the School of Washington.