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Who is Jedd Fisch, new UCLA interim head football coach?

By in Press Enterprise on November 19, 2017

By Brian Martin

Here’s a quick look at Jedd Fisch, who in 20 years has never been a head football coach and on Sunday was named interim head coach after UCLA fired Jim Mora in his sixth season:

Born: May 5, 1976, Livingston, N.J.

High School: Hanover Park High School (East Hanover, N.J.)

College: University of Florida

Note: Fisch did not play football in high school or college

1997: P. K. Yonge Developmental Research School (Gainesville, Fla.) defensive coordinator

1998: New Jersey Red Dogs wide receivers coach and quality control coach

1999–2000: University of Florida graduate assistant

2001–03: Houston Texans defensive quality control coach

2004-07: Baltimore Ravens offensive assistant coach, assistant quarterbacks coach and wide receivers coach

2008: Denver Broncos wide receivers coach

2009: Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach

2010: Seattle Seahawks coach

2011–12: University of Miami offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach

2013–14: Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator

2015-16: University of Michigan quarterbacks coach, wide receivers coach, and passing game coordinator

2017: UCLA offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach (paid $810,000 in his first season as part of a two-year contract, making him the team’s highest-paid assistant coach)

Nov. 19, 2017: Named UCLA interim head coach

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