Mike Clark

Biography

Position: Quarterbacks

With plenty of playing and coaching experience at the collegiate level, Coach Clark now trains the next generation of players at Football University.

He coached on Mack Brown’s staff at the University of Texas for five seasons where he worked with the quarterbacks and offensive line. During his time at Texas, Clark coached in three BCS bowl games, including two National Championship games, winning one in 2005. He has helped develop quarterbacks Vince Young, Colt McCoy, and Jevan Snead. Following his time at Texas, Clark served as a defensive coach for the Oakland Raiders (2010-2011) where he worked with the linebackers. Most recently Clark took a position as the linebackers coach with the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the Untied Football League after spending the pre-season with the Arizona Cardinals.

He studied under quarterback coach Tom Martinez and attended coach Martinez’s camp during his high school years and also worked the camp as an instructor. Martinez was a great mentor for Clark and laid the foundation to what he believes in and teaches as a quarterback coach. His diverse football background allows him to provide both an offensive and defensive point of view in meetings and on the field. He is a fundamentalist in teaching the mechanics, techniques and details involved in consistent performance through “the process” of teaching progressions. His goal is to provide quarterbacks with the awareness and knowledge to self-correct and become their own quarterback coach.

Coaching Career

  • University of Texas
  • Oakland Raiders
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Sacramento Mountain Lions

Career Highlights

  • Coach on 2005 BCS National Championship Team

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