Mounties hosted the AUS semi-final game on one very muddy November
afternoon. That day brought with it the end of a season -- but it wasn't until
four exciting overtimes passed that the victors were declared. Despite this
heartbreaking defeat for thousands of Mountie fans, it was still a great year.
a 4-4 record. A first since 1998, they defeated SMU and the team boasted 10
AUS all-star positions, which resulted in three All-Canadian awards. Jeffrey
was named the league's top bench boss and was also a nominee for the CIS
national coach of the year award.
seasons before becoming head coach in '08. He previously coached in the U.S.
college ranks at Mayville State, University of Nevada (UNLV), University of
San Diego, Northern State, and Dickinson State. He received a BSc in Physical
Education from Dickinson State, and his master's degree in health, physical
education, and recreation from Northern State in Aberdeen.
man's aspirations. Jeffrey knew he wanted to coach football. He loved every-
thing about the gridiron game from the time he was only two years old -- he
lived it, breathed it, and couldn't get enough of it. His friends and family
recognized that he was going to be a football coach.
ally passed down to Jeffrey one of Bryant's trademark coaching hats. There
was no doubt Jeffrey was destined to become a successful coach somewhere.