Jeff Hancock, College Curriculum Director, Former college football coach
Jeff Hancock has 26 years of college/university football coaching experience. He has coached at all college levels from Division 1 (D1) to the NAIA every level at 12 different educational institutions. Some of the notable institutions in which he has coached include Louisiana Tech, Grand Valley State University, New Mexico Military Institute, University of Saint Mary, and even our local Siena Heights University and Adrian College! He was the Assistant Head Football Coach for Tight Ends at GVSU when they won the 2005 NCAA Division 2 National Championship! He also was the Assistant Offensive Line Football Coach at New Mexico Military Institute when they won the 1999 Empire Bowl! Some of his titles include Head Football Coach, Assistant Head Football Coach, Football Offensive Coordinator, Recruiting Coordinator, Strength Coordinator, Academic Coordinator, and Offensive Analyst. He has provided leadership, direction, supervision, and guidance to hundreds of student-athletes. Jeff has also taught many courses at the college level; some include Introduction to Leadership Concepts, Advanced Weight Training and Conditioning, Sports Management, Theory of Coaching Football, and Rules and Officiating. Jeff is also known for his publications in American Football Monthly and Gridiron Strategies as well as his numerous professional football presentations. A few include Nike Coach of the Year Coaching Clinic, Kansas City and Toronto Football Coaches Association, and Glazier Football Clinic. Jeff has professional affiliations and is a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Alpha Chi National College Honor Society and International Leadership Association.