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Age / DOB:  (47) / 12/11/1970

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ESPN's Todd Archer reports that the Dallas Cowboys will hire former Florida OC Doug Nussmeier to serve as tight ends coach, a change of course from earlier reports that had him heading to LSU.
It was reported by multiple outlets earlier this month that Nussmeier would be accepting a job at LSU as an offensive analyst. While the Cowboys have yet to announce the former Florida offensive coordinator's hiring as official, it would appear at this juncture that he's no longer bound for the bayou. We'll keep tabs on this one until Nussmeier's new home is locked in for good, be it in the collegiate ranks or at the pro level. He's currently on the job hunt after Florida HC Dan Mullen opted not to retain him after taking over in Gainesville at the end of the 2017 season. Feb 14 - 6:42 PM

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Sports Illustrated's Bruce Feldman reports that LSU will hire former Florida OC Doug Nussmeier to serve as an offensive analyst.

Nussmeier was not retained by the Gators after they brought on HC Dan Mullen from Mississippi State at the end of November. He now takes a significant step down from his prior role in Gainesville, as he will not be working in an on-field capacity as offensive analyst with the Tigers. The 2018 campaign will be the first in which Nussmeier has not worked as an offensive coordinator since 2007, when he was serving as quarterbacks coach for the then-St. Louis Rams.
Feb 8 - 2:27 PM

Florida OC Doug Nussmeier has been awarded a two-year extension and a raise.

Nussmeier will receive a raise from $525,000 to a base salary of $842,725 over the remainder of his contract. He has been with the Gators since December of 2014, when he came over from Michigan to join HC Jim McElwain's initial staff at Florida.
Source: 247Sports
Fri, Aug 11, 2017 07:43:00 PM

FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman reports that Florida OC Doug Nussmeier will not be taking the open head coaching position at Southern Miss.

Nussmeier's worked coordinating jobs at Fresno State, Washington, Alabama and Michigan. He was hired by Florida following the 2014 season. While Southern Miss reportedly eyed him closely after HC Todd Monken joined the Tampa Buccaneers as offensive coordinator earlier this month (Feldman called Nussmeier "the top candidate" for the Golden Eagles' gig), the 45-year-old appears to be staying put with the Gators.
Source: FOX Sports
Sat, Jan 30, 2016 03:18:00 PM

Florida named former Michigan OC Doug Nussmeier to the same position.

The rumor became official with a press release sent out on Christmas Eve. New Gators' HC Jim McElwain hired Nussmeier as his offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. If you've seen Florida's offense as a whole and quarterback play specifically over the past few years, you know Nussmeier has his work cut out for him. The pair worked together at Michigan State from 2003-05. "Doug and I have worked together on the same staff and I’ve known him for years," McElwain said in a statement. "We are like thinkers in that he will adapt to the players we have in the program and develop them as we continue to evolve."
Fri, Dec 26, 2014 01:08:00 AM

Former Michigan OC Doug Nussmeier will take the same position with Florida, according to Thayer Evans.

Nussmeier will work under Jim McElwain after moving from Alabama to Michigan last offseason. His time with the Wolverines did not show great results, but McElwain showed the exact opposite while at Colorado State.
Wed, Dec 24, 2014 10:13:00 AM

Alabama OC Doug Nussmeier has taken the same job with the Michigan Wolverines under Brady Hoke.

Michigan fired Al Borges today. Per Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports, Nussmeier will become a top-5 paid assistant in college football. Nussmeier was Michigan State's QB coach from 2003-2005, then moved on to the St. Louis Rams, Fresno State Bulldogs, and the Washington Huskies. He joined Nick Saban's staff in 2012. Expect to hear Lane Kiffin's name in connection to the Alabama opening. Yes, you read that correctly.
Source: CBS Sports
Wed, Jan 8, 2014 09:49:00 PM