Mark Weber Staff Bio | Offensive Line Coach

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Mark Weber

Years at BYU

2007-2012

Years Overall

1979-present

Coaching Experience

  • 2007-2012 BYU offensive line coach
  • 2006 North Carolina offensive line coach
  • 2004-2005 Fresno State offensive line coach
  • 1997-2003 UCLA offensive line coach
  • 1994-1996 UNLV assistant head coach and offensive line coach
  • 1993 Nevada assistant head coach and offensive line coach
  • 1991 Missouri Western State College defensive line coach
  • 1987-1990 Oregon State offensive line coach
  • 1985-1986 West Texas State
  • 1983-1984 Eastern New Mexico
  • 1982 Snow College
  • 1980-1981 Idaho State graduate assistant
  • 1979 Los Angeles Valley College assistant

Bowl Games Coached

14

Of Note

  • Helped BYU offense to rank No. 5 in third down conversions and average 405.7 yards per game in 2011
  • Coached Logan Mankins at Fresno State (1st round NFL pick 2005 of the New England Patriots, started every game as a rookie) and 1998 Outland Trophy winner and All-American Kris Farris at UCLA
  • In 1998, the UCLA offense racked up 5,847 yards of total offense to set a single-season school record
  • During that same season, the Bruins won the Pac-10 with a 10-2 record
  • Was with Idaho State when it won the NCAA Division I-AA National Championship in 1981

Playing Career

  • Played offensive guard for two seasons
  • Named an honorable mention Small College All-American at Cal Lutheran

Education

  • Idaho State (1981, M.A. in physical education)
  • Cal Lutheran (1980, B.A. in physical education)
  • Van Nuys HS (1975)

Hometown

Van Nuys, Calif.

Personal/Family

  • Married to Kathy
  • Has two daughters