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MWCConnection 2020 Postseason All-Coach Team

Let’s put the best coach at each spot on the same list.

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t’s Thursday and we are still rolling out new preview content wrapping up the season. Today looks at the All-Coach team. As the name suggests, our team voted on the best coach at each position and listed them all on one team. Some spots were more difficult to identify than others, but we put together a good team nonetheless. Check it out below and if you missed out on anything from earlier in the week, catch up on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. If you want to know how we vote before the season, here you go.

For this list, we kept it simple. A head coach, three coordinators and the eight traditional assistants. Many defensive spots have multiple coaches on the DL, LB, or in the secondary, but we listed them all as one spot to attempt to keep it fair. Also, although coordinators weren’t necessarily exempt from being listed a second time as a position coach, our voters didn’t double up on the final results.

Head Coach

  • Brent Brennan (San Jose State)

Offensive Coordinator

  • Eric Kiesau (Boise State)/Kevin McGiven (San Jose State)

Quarterback Coach

  • Matt Mumme (Nevada)

Running Back Coach

  • Gordie Haug (Wyoming)

Wide Receiver Coach

  • Kevin Cummings (San Jose State)

Tight End Coach

  • Cody Booth (Colorado State)

Offensive Line Coach

  • Steed Lobotzke (Air Force)

Defensive Coordinator

  • Derrick Odum (San Jose State)

Defensive Line Coach

  • Spencer Danielson (Boise State)

Linebacker Coach

  • Scott White (San Jose State)

Secondary Coach

  • Demetrius Sumler (San Diego State)

Special Teams Coordinator

  • Winston Venable/Zac Alley (Boise State) (they are co-coordinators)

Team Totals:

  • San Jose State: 5
  • Boise State: 3
  • Air Force: 1
  • Colorado State: 1
  • Nevada: 1
  • San Diego State: 1
  • Wyoming: 1


  • Head coach, special teams coordinator, QB coach, RB coach, OL coach, LB coach, and secondary coach were all unanimous.
  • Offensive coordinator was the toughest race, ending in a tie as you can see above.
  • In the theme of the week, the top two teams had the most names on the list. However, the schools with one appearance have excelled at those positions for years and have shown up often on our lists.

Coming tomorrow: The top 10 players of the 2019 season.