|Team||Arkansas State Red Wolves|
November 1, 1976 |
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Eastern Oregon (RB/WR)
Boise State (GA)
Boise State (TE)
Boise State (OC/QB)
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
Broyles Award Finalist (2009)
Bryan Harsin (born c. 1977) is an American football coach and former player in the United States. He is currently the head coach of the Arkansas State University Red Wolves. He was previously the co-offensive coordinator at the University of Texas. He coached at Boise State for 10 seasons, five of which were as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Harsin graduated from Capital High School in Boise, Idaho and was a Quarterback for Boise State University from 1995 to 1999, where he was a three-year letterman, and earned his degree in Business Management in 2000.
College Coaching career
Eastern Oregon University
Boise State University
In 2001 he served as a Graduate Assistant for Boise State. Harsin was hired as Tight ends coach in 2002 and remained in that position until 2005. During this period the Broncos led the nation in scoring twice and remained in the Top 10 scoring offenses all four years. In 2005, four Broncos tight ends combined to catch 27 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns.
Harsin was promoted to Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks coach for Boise State in 2006 and guided the Broncos offense to an undefeated season. Running back Ian Johnson rushed for 1,713 yards and led the nation in rushing touchdowns and scoring. In 2008 Kellen Moore took over the quarterback position and under Harsin's guidance earned WAC Freshman of the Year honors completing an NCAA freshman record 69.4 completion percentage (281-405) with 25 touchdown passes and only 10 interceptions.
University of Texas
Harsin spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as the primary play-caller for the Texas Longhorns paired with Major Applewhite as co-offensive coordinators. During this time he also served as quarterbacks coach for the Longhorns.
Arkansas State University
Bryan Harsin was announced as the 29th Head Coach of the Arkansas State Red Wolves on December 12, 2012 replacing Gus Malzahn.
Head coaching record
|Arkansas State (Sun Belt) (2013–present)|
|2013||Arkansas State||7–5||5–2||T-1st||GoDaddy Bowl|
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