Matt Mattox (American football)

Matt Mattox (born February 9, 1982) is an American football coach. He is currently the offensive line coach and run game coordinator of the South Florida Bulls football team.

Matt Mattox
Current position
TitleOffensive line coach
TeamSouth Florida
ConferenceThe American
Biographical details
Born (1982-02-09) February 9, 1982
Topeka, Kansas[1]
Alma materUniversity of Houston
Playing career
2000–2001Butler CC
2002–2003Houston
Position(s)Tight end, offensive tackle
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2005Houston (S&C)
2006Houston (GA)
2007–2011Butler CC (OL/TE)
2012Coffeyville CC (OC)
2013Eastern Illinois (OL)
2014Bowling Green (Co-OC/OL)
2015Tulsa (Co-OC/OL)
2016Texas (OL/RGC)
2017–2018South Florida (OL/RGC)
2019McNeese State (OC/OL)

Prior to taking the job with the South Florida, Mattox was the co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at the University of Tulsa, Bowling Green State University, and the University of Texas.

In 2015, Mattox joined the staff at the University of Texas as offensive line coach and run game coordinator.

On December 30, 2016 247 Sports reported that Mattox had taken the offensive line coach and run game coordinator position at South Florida, the same position he held under new South Florida head coach Charlie Strong at Texas.[2]

In 2018, Mattox became offensive coordinator/offensive line coach for McNeese State joining Gilbert, who was hired as head coach. [3]

Personal life

Mattox was born in Topeka, Kansas, and graduated from Holton High School in Holton, Kansas in 2000. He attended and played football for Butler Community College for two years before transferring to University of Houston where he finished out his eligibility and graduated in 2005. His wife Stacey also attended the University of Houston. They have been married since 2010 and have two children together, Kirby and Macey.

References

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