Tight ends coach
Years at BYU
- 2016-present (tight ends)
- 2005-2007 (graduate assistant)
- BYU (1992, B.A. Communications)
Years Overall Coaching
- BYU, Tight Ends Coach (2016-present)
- Weber State, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks (2014-16)
- Southern Utah, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks (2008-13)
- BYU, Graduate Assistant w/offensive line & special teams (2005-07)
- Utah, Defensive assistant (2004)
- St. Mary's, Passing Game Coordinator (2003)
- Utah, Director of Operations (2002)
- Provo High School, Offensive coordinator (1997-2000), assistant (1994-1996)
Coaching Career Highlights
- Helped BYU go 11-1 in 2020 and earn a No. 11 final ranking while boasting a top-10 offense
- In 2020, after losing All-America candidate senior Matt Bushman in fall camp, helped Isaac Rex become a 2020 Freshman All-American finishing No. 3 in the nation in receiving touchdowns (12), which tied for No. 1 among tight ends.
- Part of developing BYU’s potent offensive attack in 2020 that finished ranked No. 3 in scoring offense (43.5 ppg), No. 6 in total offense (522.2 ypg) and No. 8 in passing offense (332.1 ppg) while ranking in the top 15 in 10 different statistical categories overall.
- BYU's production as an offense in 2020 ranks No. 4 all-time at BYU in single-season scoring average behind only the 2001, 1980 and 1983 teams, while ranking No. 6 in program history in total offense with the most yards per game since 2001.
- In 2020 BYU tied for No. 1 nationally in yards per play at 7.84, and led all of FBS programs in plays of 30 or more yards with 45 while ranking No. 3 in both plays of 10 or more yards (234) and 20 or more yards (83). Overall, BYU scored 40 or more points nine times in 12 games in 2020, capped with a 49-23 victory over UCF while setting both a Boca Raton Bowl and BYU bowl record for most yards of total offense with 655.
- Under Clark's tutelage, Matt Bushman was named a Freshman All-American in 2017 and was BYU's leading receiver in 2017, 2018 and 2019 before a season-ending injury in 2020. Bushman had the most production by a BYU tight end since Consensus All-American Dennis Pitta in 2009 and joined Pitta and Hall of Fame tight end Gordon Hudson as the only BYU players at that position to have 500 or more receiving yards for three consecutive seasons.
- In 2015 he helped the Wildcats to a 6-5 season, Weber State’s first winning season in five years
- Had 10 players earn Big Sky All-Conference honors during his two years at Weber State, including first-team Walter Camp All-America offensive line selection Joe Hawkins
- At SUU, directed the offense of the Thunderbirds to their first FCS playoff berth in school history in 2013
- Helped lead SUU to a Great West Conference championship in 2010.
- Southern Utah’s top four single-season receiving yards and five of the top six completions and passing yards efforts were set during the six seasons he was at SUU
- Quarterback Brad Sorensen and wide receiver Tysson Poots each earned Great West Conference Offensive MVP honors at SUU. Sorensen finished his career with several SUU passing records and was drafted in the 2012 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers while Poots was a two-time All-American and the school’s all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns.
- At BYU working with the offensive line and special teams as a graduate assistant, he helped the Cougars to back-to-back 11-win seasons in 2006 and 2007 and three consecutive bowl games.
- Provo, Utah
- He and wife Suzanne have four children