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Head Clinician - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach
Brian McBryan coached 24 seasons at Bloomsburg, five of them as the offensive coordinator for the Huskies.

He previously coached the offensive line for one year at Bucknell, was the offensive line coach at Susquehanna University for six seasons, and served prior stints at Milton, Danville and Renovo-Bucktail high schools. McBryan is a 1980 graduate of Lock Haven, where he was a three-year starter as an offensive lineman.

In 2013, Harlon Hill winner, Franklyn Quiteh, amassed numerous BU, PSAC, and NCAA record rushing numbers behind McBryan coached O-Lines. This seasons offensive line helped Bloomsburg be the fifth-ranked rushing offense in the nation at over 313 yards rushing per game. The offensive line also powered an offense which broke the school records for points in a season (474) and total offense (5,895 yards) and finished second in school history in rushing yardage (3,762 yards) and touchdowns scored (63). McBryan also coached a national finalist for the Gene Upshaw Award for the Division II Lineman of the Year in Brian Clarke. Clarke earned a spot on the Little All-America first team compiled by the Associated Press and tackle Matt Feiler also grabbed a place on the third team.

At Bloomsburg, McBryan has coached 10 offensive linemen to All-American honors, including current NFL standout Jahri Evans, who was a two-time All-American and finalist for the Upshaw Award as the nation’s best small-college lineman.

His offensive line also produced two 1,000-yard backs in consecutive seasons in 2011-12, becoming the first team in the PSAC to do so.

The BU offense also ranked on the BU all-time leaderboard in 2012 in points scored (451 - fourth) and touchdowns (61 - second).

The 1997 Harlon Hill winner, Irv Sigler, and Harlon Hill finalists, Jamar Brittingham and Franklyn Quiteh, amassed numerous BU, PSAC, and NCAA record rushing numbers behind McBryan coached O-Lines. McBryan has coached 13 All-Americans at Bloomsburg, Susquehanna University and Bucknell University. He has also coached teams that have won 13 Conference Championships. BU qualified for the NCAA playoffs 7 times, including the 2000 National Finals and the 2006 National Semi-Finals.

Coach McBryan is an AFCA member and a noted Speaker/clinician. He has worked numerous clinics and camps, including Bloomsburg University, Rocky Rees' Wing-T Camp, Art Monk , Lebanon Valley College , and the Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.
McBryan Clinic | 44 Crestmont Circle | Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 17815
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