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Neal Brown

An Air Raid advocate with a propensity for throwing the football, Brown landed at Kentucky in 2013 as one of head coach Mark Stoops’ first hires and primary play caller. Brown’s coaching history dates back to 2003 where he led tight ends and the offensive line at Massachusetts.

Following successful assistant stops at Sacred Heart, Delaware and Troy, Brown made the most of his opportunity at pass-happy Texas Tech and helped the Red Raiders finish in the Top 10 nationally three consecutive years in passing yards per game. During his last season at Troy in 2009, Brown was the NCAA Football Subdivision’s youngest offensive coordinator and helped the Trojans to a Sun Belt Conference championship.

Brown’s a former Kentucky player and teammate of quarterback Tim Couch who was instrumental in bringing the Air Raid back to Lexington.

Coaching History Team Years
Offensive Coordinator Kentucky Wildcats 2013-Present
Offensive Coordinator Texas Tech Red Raiders 2010-2012
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Troy Trojans 2008-2009
Wide Receivers Coach Troy Trojans 2006-2007
Wide Receivers Coach Delaware Blue Hens 2005
Quarterbacks Coach/Wide Receivers Coach Sacred Heart Pioneers 2004
Tight Ends/Offensive Line Assistant Massachusetts Minutemen 2003

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