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  Vincent White

Vincent White

Player Profile

Denver, Colo.

Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator

4th Season

Alma Mater:
Stanford (1984)

Coach White is in his fourth season as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at Southeast Missouri State University. White is a 1984 graduate of Stanford University where he received a bachelor's degree in Sociology.

White serves as the offensive coordinator and calls all the plays for the Southeast offense.

White led the nation with 69 receptions out of the backfield for Stanford in 1982.

White, running backs coach at Delaware State in 2005, is the former head coach of Division I-AA St. Mary's College (Calif.) before the school discontinued its football program in 2004. White previously served as running backs coach at Utah (2001-02), Arizona State (2000) and Pittsburgh (1997-99).

White's resume also includes assistant coaching positions at Mansfield University (2005), Southern Methodist (1995-96), Maryland (1994), Pacific (1990-93), Tennessee-Martin (1989) and Oregon Tech (1986-88).

White had an outstanding collegiate career for the Stanford Cardinal. A running back, White led all Division I-A players with 69 receptions in 1982. He was All-Pac 10 First Team and All-America Honorable Mention. White led the Cardinal with 15 touchdowns and 1,275 all-purpose yards.

Following his career at Stanford, White was a sixth-round draft pick by the New York Jets of the National Football League. He made the decision to turn down the offer and played for the Denver Gold of the United States Football League instead.

White is a native of Denver, Colo. He and his wife, Jennifer, have three children, a son, Isaac, and two daughters, Avery and Ashly.


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