Bryant Vincent lands UAB offensive coordinator job

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Monday January 27, 2014


CoachingSearch has learned that South Alabama quarterbacks coach Bryant Vincent has accepted the offensive coordinator job at UAB on Bill Clark's new staff.

Vincent has been at USA since 2011, coaching quarterbacks in the past two years. The Jaguars just completed their fifth season in program history. USA went 2-11 in 2012, its first season in FBS, and improved to 6-6 in 2013.

Vincent has many ties to the state of Alabama. He has degrees from West Alabama and Troy. Vincent spent 1996-97 as a student assistant at West Alabama and spent 1999-2010 at four different Alabama high schools before being hired on the South Alabama staff as tight ends coach. Vincent was head coach at Greenville High School in 2006 and at Spanish Fort High School from 2007-10.

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