Tucker Waugh Named Wide Receivers Coach
Jan. 26, 2005
Tucker Waugh, who spent the past five seasons at Army, today was named wide receivers coach at Stanford University, head coach Walt Harris announced.
Harris has now filled eight of his nine assistant coaching positions. The final spot is defensive coordinator / secondary coach.
'Tucker brings with him tremendous knowledge and experience and I'm excited to have him join our staff,' said Harris, who was hired as Stanford's head coach on December 13, 2004. 'He is an outstanding receivers coach who has a proven record of success at the collegiate level.'
Waugh coached at Illinois State for five years (1995-99) and Army for the past five seasons (2000-04). A 1993 graduate of DePauw University, where he played quarterback, Waugh coached outside linebackers at ISU in '95 and running backs in '96 before coaching wide receivers his final three years. He then went to West Point in 2000 and coached Army's wide receivers.
Waugh began his coaching career with one-year stints at Otterbein College in 1993 and DePauw in '94 prior to moving on to Illinois State. He also completed a coaching fellowship with the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League.
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