When wanting on the Director of Participant Improvement place on a university soccer teaching workers, who higher to rent than a former participant themself?
That’s precisely the choice head coach Mario Cristobal made when he employed former Oregon Duck Tony Washington as this system’s new Director of Participant Improvement.
Looks as if a good time to deliver up this play within the 2015 Rose Bowl:
Washington introduced a singular skillset to the Oregon protection from 2010-2014. Whereas he’s listed on the organizational charts as a linebacker, the 6’3”, 250-pound defensive “specialist” was elite as a cross rusher. In 2014 – his redshirt-senior 12 months – Washington ranked ninth within the crew in tackles (60) and second on the crew in tackles for loss (11.5) and runner-up in sacks (6).
He helped information the protection that season to an epic (“Oregon received by 40?”) 59-20 Rose Bowl victory over Jameis Winston and the Florida State Seminoles after which onto the Nationwide Championship. The Geese fell to the Ohio State Buckeyes, 42-20.
Washington then went undrafted within the 2015 NFL Draft, however signed as an undrafted free agent to the Houston Texans. After two seasons of getting waived, placed on injured reserve and re-signed to the Texans, he then signed to the Tennessee Titans follow squad for 2017 and 2018.
In 2019, Washington took an assistant teaching place at Nebraska prior to now “coming dwelling” to Oregon.
Welcome again, Tony!