Satterfield new offensive coordinator at Appalachian State
Boone, NC (Sports Network) - Scott Satterfield has returned to Appalachian State University as assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Mountaineers head coach Jerry Moore announced Wednesday.
Satterfield is the first assistant head coach in Moore's 23 years at ASU and the Mountaineers' first official offensive coordinator since Rob Best held the title from 1989-2002.
Satterfield was part of three national championships and six Southern Conference titles as a player (1992-95) and coach (1998-2008) during 15 seasons at ASU. He left his alma mater to become the passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Toledo in 2009 and then spent the last two seasons as the offensive coordinator at Florida International.
"I'm very excited that Scott is coming back to Appalachian," Moore said. "We haven't had an offensive coordinator here in quite some time, but I feel comfortable with Scott in that role. He was a terrific player and a terrific coach here for 15 years and his experience at Toledo and Florida International has made him an even better coach today than he was when he left three years ago."
01/04 18:59:12 ET