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Joe Daniels
Position: Assoc. Director of Player Development
Alma Mater: Slippery Rock
Graduating Year: 1964
Experience: 10 Years
Joe Daniels Biography
Courtesy: OhioStateBuckeyes.com
Release: 08/01/2010
The Daniels File
Hometown: Bethel Park, Pa.
High School: Bethel Park High School
College: Slippery Rock University
Years in Coaching: 39
Wife: Kathy
Children: Matthew, Kaitlin

Coaching Assignments

2004-2008 Passing Game Coordinator, Quarterbacks Ohio State University
2001-2003 Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers Ohio State University
2000-2001 Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator University of Cincinnati
1998-1999 Wide Receivers University of Cincinnati
1997 Running Backs University of Cincinnati
1990-1991 Quarterbacks New York Jets
1989 Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks University of Akron
1986-1987 Wide Receivers Buffalo Bills
1983-1985 Wide Receivers Cleveland Browns
1981-1983 Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks University of Pittsburgh
1980-1981 Running Backs University of Pittsburgh
1978-1980 Quarterbacks West Virginia University
1968-1978 Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers Boston College
1967 Assistant Coach University of New Hampshire
1966 Graduate Assistant East Stroudsburg State University
1964-1965 Assistant Coach Johnstown Bishop McCort High School

Joe Daniels is in his tenth season as a member of the Ohio State football staff, now serving as the Buckeyes’ director of personnel development.

Daniels spent 39 years as an on-field coach; with his extensive experience on both the collegiate and professional levels he is regarded as one of the outstanding teachers in the game. Daniels joined the Ohio State staff in spring, 2001, as coach of the quarterbacks and wide receivers. He was named passing game coordinator prior to the start of the 2004 campaign. Daniels has been instrumental in the development of many outstanding players, most notably 2006 All-America and Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith. He was one of five finalists for the 2006 Frank Broyles Award as the nation’s most outstanding assistant coach.

A native of Bethel Park, Pa. Daniels graduated from Slippery Rock University in 1964 with a degree in physical education. He played running back in college and was a four-year letterwinner.

His coaching career has been distinguished, with players such as Ken O’Brien, Andre Reed, Ozzie Newsome and Dan Marino under his tutelage. Daniels was elected to the Bethel Park Hall of Fame in 2002 and to the Slippery Rock Hall of Fame in 2004. He was inducted into the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in May, 2009.

He was the inaugural recipient of the Tyson Gentry Courage Award from the Columbus chapter of the National Football Foundation in 2009.

Daniels and his wife, Kathy, a West Virginia graduate, have two children: Matthew, a former Buckeye defensive back, and Kaitlin, a former member of the OSU cheerleading squad.

 

 

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