Coach Travis Freeman joins the Football University as one of the brightest young coaches in the state of Ohio. An Ohio native, Coach Freeman played High School Football at Glenville under legendary Coach, Ted Ginn. He lettered all four years and led his team to a 41-4 record during his HS career. After High School, Travis went on to play at Ball State University where he was a 4-year starter for the Cardinals. While at Ball State, Coach Freeman racked up numerous accolades at the LB position - Freshman MVP, All-Mac 2nd Team (2011 & 2012), 2012 Team Defensive MVP and was the NCAA leader in tackles for a four-year span with 465 tackles, averaging nearly 10 tackles per game.
Coach Freeman is now coaching youth & high school student-athletes in Cleveland, OH.
- Ball State University (2009-2012)