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Bud Foster

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Bud Foster born July 28, 1959 is a college football coach and former player He is the current associate head coach, linebackers coach, and defensive coordinator for the Virginia Tech team Following the 2006 season, he received the Frank Broyles Award, which is annually given to the top assistant coach in college football Foster indicated interest in the head coaching vacancy at West Virginia University after the 2007 season and most recently in the head coaching position at Clemson University in the middle of the 2008 season Foster's 2005 and 2006 Hokie defenses led the nation in total defense

Contents

  • 1 Playing career
  • 2 Coaching career
    • 21 Murray State
    • 22 Virginia Tech
    • 23 Statistics
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Playing career

Foster went to high school in Nokomis, Illinois A 1981 graduate of Murray State University, Foster played strong safety and outside linebacker from 1977 to 1980

Coaching career

Murray State

Foster began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Murray State in 1981, Frank Beamer's first season as the head coach After two years as a graduate assistant, Foster was elevated to a full-time staff position He coached outside linebackers for three seasons before taking over the inside and outside linebackers in 1986 He also served as the Racers' recruiting coordinator and worked with special teams

Virginia Tech

Foster moved with head coach Beamer to Virginia Tech in 1987 and became the inside linebackers coach He then coached the outside linebackers for the next five seasons Foster assumed responsibility for both sets of linebackers prior to the 1993 season and also took over special-teams coaching that year The following year, he coached the inside linebackers and special teams Foster assumed the position of co-defensive coordinator in 1995 and took over as the sole defensive coordinator in 1996

After helping Tech to the national championship game Sugar Bowl in 1999, Foster was recognized as the 2000 American Football Coaches Association Defensive Coordinator of the Year Tech's 1999 defensive unit led Division I-A in scoring defense and ranked third in both total and rushing defense

Under Foster's coaching, the Hokies' 2001 defense proved to be one of the nation's best, ranking among the top eight teams in Division I-A in six different categories and leading the way in shutouts with four In 2000, Foster took a defense that returned just three starters and turned it into a unit that led the Big East Conference in rushing defense, placed 16th nationally against the run and tied for third nationally in interceptions

Statistics

Foster's defenses consistently rank among the top in the nation Below are Virginia Tech's defensive statistics since 1995

Season Rushing defense Passing defense Total defense ‡ Scoring defense
  Actual †Ranking Conf Actual †Ranking Conf Actual †Ranking Conf Actual †Ranking Conf
1995 774 #1 #1 BE 2085 N/A 2859 #10 #1 BE 141 #5 #1 BE
1996 1120 #19 #3 BE 2041 N/A 3161 #24 #4 BE 153 #9 #2 BE
1997 1189 #30 #2 BE 2080 N/A 3269 #26 #2 BE 168 #13 #2 BE
1998 1022 #11 #1 BE 1827 N/A 2849 #7 #1 BE 129 #4 #1 BE
1999 759 #3 #1 BE 1714 #8 #1 BE 2473 #3 #1 BE 105 #1 #1 BE
2000 9927 #16 #1 BE 22436 #77 #6 BE 32364 #27 #2 BE 2264 #45 #4 BE
2001 7164 #2 #1 BE 16627 #8 #4 BE 23791 #2 #2 BE 1336 #2 #2 BE
2002 12143 #29 #3 BE 21364 #56 #7 BE 33507 #32 #4 BE 1879 #21 #2 BE
2003 13600 #39 #4 BE 23146 #76 #7 BE 36746 #51 #4 BE 2300 #45 #3 BE
2004 11523 #21 #4 ACC 15277 #4 #2 ACC 26800 #4 #2 ACC 1285 #2 #1 ACC
2005 9338 #8 #2 ACC 15423 #3 #2 ACC 24762 #1 #1 ACC 1292 #2 #1 ACC
2006 9123 #11 #2 ACC 12823 #1 #1 ACC 21946 #1 #1 ACC 1100 #1 #1 ACC
2007 8664 #5 #2 ACC 21029 #31 #4 ACC 29693 #4 #1 ACC 1607 #3 #1 ACC
2008 10443 #14 #2 ACC 17500 #16 #5 ACC 27943 #7 #2 ACC 1671 #9 #1 ACC
2009 12838 #40 #4 ACC 16708 #11 #2 ACC 29546 #12 #2 ACC 1562 #9 #1 ACC
2010 15593 #64 #7 ACC 20557 #40 #5 ACC 36150 #52 #8 ACC 2057 #26 #4 ACC
2011 10407 #14 #2 ACC 20057 #31 #4 ACC 30464 #10 #2 ACC 1764 #7 #2 ACC
2012 13408 #29 #3 ACC 19908 #24 #2 ACC 33315 #18 #2 ACC 2285 #32 #2 ACC
2013 1109 #10 #1 ACC 1727 #8 #2 ACC 2836 #4 #2 ACC 193 #11 #2 ACC
2014 1448 #39 #7 ACC 1990 #25 #5 ACC 3438 #21 #5 ACC 202 #14 #2 ACC
2015 1807 #75 #11 ACC 1892 #19 #4 ACC 3698 #44 #9 ACC 263 #59 #11 ACC
2016 1405 #32 #8 ACC 2002 #26 #3 ACC 3407 #18 #4 ACC 228 #28 #5 ACC
All statistics from the NCAA

† National rankings are among the teams in the football bowl subdivision formerly called Division I-A, which currently consists of 127 teams
The Big East Conference had 8 teams The ACC had 11 teams in 2004, 12 teams from 2005 to 2012, and 14 teams from 2013 to present

‡ Scoring defense also includes touchdowns allowed by the offense and special teams

References

  1. ^ "Foster honored as top assistant coach" press release Virginia Tech Athletic Department 
  2. ^ Virginia Tech Athletics Communications Department "National Publication Honors Bud Foster", Hokiesportscom June 1, 2000 Accessed September 30, 2008
  3. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 1995" PDF Retrieved 2016-12-01 
  4. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 1996" PDF Retrieved 2016-12-01 
  5. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 1997" PDF Retrieved 2016-12-01 
  6. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 1998" PDF Retrieved 2016-12-01 
  7. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 1999" PDF Retrieved 2016-12-01 
  8. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2000 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-11-19 
  9. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2001 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-11-19 
  10. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2002 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-09-09 
  11. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2003 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-09-09 
  12. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2004 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-09-09 
  13. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2005 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-09-09 
  14. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2006 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-09-09 
  15. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2007 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-09-09 
  16. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2008 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2008-11-30 
  17. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2009 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2011-11-12 
  18. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2010 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2011-11-12 
  19. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2011 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2012-04-01 
  20. ^ NCAA "Virginia Tech 2012 National Ranking Summary" Retrieved 2013-01-20 
  21. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 2013" Retrieved 2014-12-22 
  22. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 2014" Retrieved 2015-01-24 
  23. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 2015" Retrieved 2016-01-07 
  24. ^ NCAA "NCAA Statistics - Teams - 2016" Retrieved 2017-10-03 

External links

  • Virginia Tech profile

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