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Doug Malone

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Tennessee Tech University

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Tennessee Tech University

TTU Box 5057

Cookeville, Tennessee,38505

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Offensive Coordinator

Western Illinois University


Offensive Coordinator

Presbyterian College


Offensive Line Coach

BC Lions


Offensive Line Coach

Canadian Football League


Head Coach

Eagles


Affiliations

Cortez

Member of Staff


Education

bachelor's degree

Carson-Newman


master's degree

sports sciences

the United States Sports Academy


Web References(103 Total References)


Leatherneck Football Camps | at Western Illinois University

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Doug Malone | Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends
Follow @DMaloneWIUFB A veteran coach with collegiate and professional football coaching experience, Doug Malone joined the Western Illinois staff in January 2016. Malone joins Charlie Fisher's staff as the offensive coordinator. Malone spent the last five years in the Canadian Football League, most recently with the British Columbia Lions as the offensive line coach. The Lions advanced to the Western Conference semifinals in 2015 and Malone coached the All-West 'Offensive Lineman of the Year' and the team finished second in the CFL for fewest quarterback sacks allowed. From 2013-14 he worked with Saskatchewan Roughriders as the offensive line coach and during his time won a Grey Cup Championship. Both years he coached an All-West CFL Offensive Lineman and the league's 'Offensive Lineman of the Year'. The Roughriders were second both seasons in rushing offense and one year was third in the fewest sacks allowed. Malone was an Offensive Line coach for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2011-12. The team led the CFL in passing offense, points and passing touchdowns during the 2012 campaign and Malone coached an All-East CFL Offensive Lineman. During his first year Hamilton won its first playoff game in 10 years and marched to the Eastern Conference finals. In the three years before joining the CFL, Malone worked at Presbyterian College as the offensive coordinator. The Blue Hose twice led the Big South Conference in passing offense and passing TDs. In 2007 he was the offensive coordinator at Western Carolina. The Catamounts had their first All-American in 14 years (at wide receiver) and a running back broke the all-time season all-purpose yards record. The prior year at Tennessee Tech he served as the acting head coach, and the Golden Eagles turned in their most Ohio Valley Conference wins since 2000 and most road wins in seven years. His coaching career included stops at: Tennessee Tech (1999-2006), Wingate (1986-98) and Cal State-Northridge (1983-85). During his final five years at Wingate he served as head coach. Malone earned a bachelor's degree from Carson-Newman (Physical Education) and a master's degree in Sports Sciences from the United States Sports Academy. He and his wife Jenny have two daughters, Megan and Molly, and a son Derek.


Leatherneck Football Camps | at Western Illinois University

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Doug Malone | Offensive Coordinator
Follow @DMaloneWIUFB A veteran coach with collegiate and professional football coaching experience, Doug Malone joined the Western Illinois staff in January 2016. Malone joins Charlie Fisher's staff as the offensive coordinator. Malone spent the last five years in the Canadian Football League, most recently with the British Columbia Lions as the offensive line coach. The Lions advanced to the Western Conference semifinals in 2015 and Malone coached the All-West 'Offensive Lineman of the Year' and the team finished second in the CFL for fewest quarterback sacks allowed. From 2013-14 he worked with Saskatchewan Roughriders as the offensive line coach and during his time won a Grey Cup Championship. Both years he coached an All-West CFL Offensive Lineman and the league's 'Offensive Lineman of the Year'. The Roughriders were second both seasons in rushing offense and one year was third in the fewest sacks allowed. Malone was an Offensive Line coach for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2011-12. The team led the CFL in passing offense, points and passing touchdowns during the 2012 campaign and Malone coached an All-East CFL Offensive Lineman. During his first year Hamilton won its first playoff game in 10 years and marched to the Eastern Conference finals. In the three years before joining the CFL, Malone worked at Presbyterian College as the offensive coordinator. The Blue Hose twice led the Big South Conference in passing offense and passing TDs. In 2007 he was the offensive coordinator at Western Carolina. The Catamounts had their first All-American in 14 years (at wide receiver) and a running back broke the all-time season all-purpose yards record. The prior year at Tennessee Tech he served as the acting head coach, and the Golden Eagles turned in their most Ohio Valley Conference wins since 2000 and most road wins in seven years. His coaching career included stops at: Tennessee Tech (1999-2006), Wingate (1986-98) and Cal State-Northridge (1983-85). During his final five years at Wingate he served as head coach. Malone earned a bachelor's degree from Carson-Newman (Physical Education) and a master's degree in Sports Sciences from the United States Sports Academy. He and his wife Jenny have two daughters, Megan and Molly, and a son Derek.


Western Illinois Athletics - Staff Directory

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Doug Malone
Western Illinois Athletics - Staff Directory Doug Malone Doug Malone Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator Phone: 298-1515 Email: DK-Malone@wiu.edu A veteran coach with collegiate and professional football coaching experience, Doug Malone joined the Western Illinois staff in January 2016. Malone joins Charlie Fisher’s staff as the offensive coordinator. Malone spent the last five years in the Canadian Football League, most recently with the British Columbia Lions as the offensive line coach. The Lions advanced to the Western Conference semifinals in 2015 and Malone coached the All-West ‘Offensive Lineman of the Year’ and the team finished second in the CFL for fewest quarterback sacks allowed. From 2013-14 he worked with Saskatchewan Roughriders as the offensive line coach and during his time won a Grey Cup Championship. Both years he coached an All-West CFL Offensive Lineman and the league’s ‘Offensive Lineman of the Year’. The Roughriders were second both seasons in rushing offense and one year was third in the fewest sacks allowed. Malone was an Offensive Line coach for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2011-12. The team led the CFL in passing offense, points and passing touchdowns during the 2012 campaign and Malone coached an All-East CFL Offensive Lineman. During his first year Hamilton won its first playoff game in 10 years and marched to the Eastern Conference finals. In the three years before joining the CFL, Malone worked at Presbyterian College as the offensive coordinator. The Blue Hose twice led the Big South Conference in passing offense and passing TDs. In 2007 he was the offensive coordinator at Western Carolina. The Catamounts had their first All-American in 14 years (at wide receiver) and a running back broke the all-time season all-purpose yards record. The prior year at Tennessee Tech he served as the acting head coach, and the Golden Eagles turned in their most Ohio Valley Conference wins since 2000 and most road wins in seven years. His coaching career included stops at: Tennessee Tech (1999-2006), Wingate (1986-98) and Cal State-Northridge (1983-85). During his final five years at Wingate he served as head coach. Malone earned a bachelor’s degree from Carson-Newman (Physical Education) and a master’s degree in Sports Sciences from the United States Sports Academy. He and his wife Jenny have two daughters, Megan and Molly, and a son Derek.


Ticats Add Offensive Assistants | Hamilton Tiger-Cats

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Hamilton, Ontario - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced today that the team has hired Jeremaine Copeland as receivers coach and Doug Sams as quarterbacks coach, while Doug Malone will return as offensive line coach.
Prior to joining the Ticats, Malone spent the three years with Presbyterian College in various capacities, including head coach and offensive coordinator. He also has head coaching experience at Tennessee Tech and Wingate. Cortez remarked, "Doug was highly recommended based on his outstanding work with the offensive line last year.


www.tsn2.ca

The team also announced that Doug Malone will return as offensive line coach.
Prior to joining the Ticats, Malone spent the three years with Presbyterian College in various capacities, including head coach and offensive coordinator. He also has head coaching experience at Tennessee Tech and Wingate. "Doug was highly recommended based on his outstanding work with the offensive line last year.


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