Hall Of Fame: Dan Hawkins, Coach

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HALL OF FAME

DAN HAWKINS, COACH




2016 Vienna Vikings
Austrian Football League, Big 6 Offensive Coordinator
Accomplishments: Current record: 6-1
Areas of Emphasis: Quarterbacks/Offensive Coordinator

2015 Carlstad Crusaders
Swedish Super Series Offensive Coordinator
Accomplishments: 2015 European Champions, 2015 Sweden Super Series Champions
Areas of Emphasis: Quarterbacks/Offensive Coordinator

2015 USA Football
Men’s National Team Head Coach
Accomplishments: IFAF 2015 World Champions, 4-0 Record
IFAF World Championships, Canton, Ohio
Areas of Emphasis: Offense/Tight Ends/Special Teams

2013 Montreal Alouettes
CFL Head Football Coach
Record: 2-3
Areas of Emphasis: Offense/Special Teams

2006-2010 University of Colorado
Head Football Coach
Record:19-39
Areas of Emphasis: Offense/Special Teams/WR’s
Accomplishments: 2007 27-24 victory over #3 Oklahoma, 2008 17-14 victory over #21 West Virginia, 2009 34-30 victory over #17 Kansas.
Post Season: 2007 Independence Bowl (Alabama)

2001-2005 Boise State University
Head Football Coach
Record: 53-11
Areas of Emphasis: Offense/Special Teams/Tight Ends
Accomplishments; 2002,03,04,05 WAC Champions
Post Season: 2002 Humanitarian Bowl Champions (Iowa State), 2003 Fort Worth Bowl Champions (TCU), 2004 Liberty Bowl (Louisville), 2005 MPC Computers Bowl (Boston College)
Awards: 2002, 2004 WAC Coach of the Year, 2002 AFCA District 5 Coach of the Year, 2005 Paul “Bear” Bryant National Coach of the Year finalist

1998-2000 Boise State University
Asst. Head Football Coach Special Teams, Recruiting Coordinator
Tight Ends
Record: 26-10
Head Coach: Dirk Koetter (OC- Tampa Bay, NFL)
Accomplishments: 1999, 2000 Big West Champions
Post Season: 1999, 2000 Humanitarian Bowl Champions (Louisville, UTEP)

1993-1997 Willamette University
Head Football Coach/Instructor
Record: 40-11-1
Areas of Emphasis: Offense/Special Teams/Quarterbacks
Accomplishments: 1995, 96, 97 Northwest Conference Champions
Post Season: 1996 NAIA Quarterfinals, 1997 NAIA National Championship Finalists
Awards: 1995, 96, 97 Northwest Conference Coach of the Year, 1997 AFCA District 5 Coach of the Year
2005 Induction to Willamette University Athletic Hall of Fame

1992 Sonoma State University
Defensive Coordinator-LB’s, RB’s/Instructor
Head Coach: Tim Walsh (HC-Cal Poly)
Record: 7-3
Accomplishments: Defeated #3 Portland State 37-27

1988-1991 College of the Siskiyou’s
Offensive Coordinator, QB’s,RB’s,WR/Instr.
Assistant Track Coach, Sprints, Jumps, Relay
Head Coach: Greg Gatlin (‘88 retired) Phil Maas (’89-’91 retired)
Accomplishments: 1991 Golden Valley Conference Champions
Post Season: 1991 Pepsi Bowl (College of the Sequoias)

1986-1987 Christian Brothers HS
Head Football Coach/ Science Instructor
Record: 15-9
Areas of Emphasis: Offensive/Defensive/Special Teams Coordinator- QB’s, LB’s
Accomplishments: 1986 Sacramento City HS Champions
Post Season: Sac Joaquin Section Finalists
Awards: Sacramento City Division 1 Coach of the Year

1983-1985 UC Davis LB’s
Head Freshman Coach, Freshman DC
Head Coach: Jim Sochor (Retired, College Football Hall of Fame)
Record: 29-5
Accomplishments: 1983, 84, 85 Far West Conference Champions, Part of NCAA record 20 Consecutive Championship seasons
Post Season: 1983 NCAA D II Semi’s, 1984 NCAA DII Qtr.’s, 1985 NCAA D II Qtr.’s

RELATED EXPERIENCE:
2010-Present ESPN- TV College Football Game/Studio Analyst
2010-Present Sirius Satellite Radio College Football Analyst
Present Professional Keynote Speaker
Present Program Consultant-
2014 Future Stars Football Program - Down Under Bowl, Australia LB’s/Special Teams
2011-2014 Nike/ESPN Rise, Combine, Elite 11, & The Opening QB/WR/RB Coach



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