Tim Drevno begins his fourth year with the Toreros where he will again be the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach. Last season the Torero offense set numerous new school records including averaging 42.6 points per game and 485.2 yards of total offense per game.
In 2004 the Torero offense averaged 432.4 yards of total offense per game, ranking them 9th in the nation. The Toreros also ranked 11th in scoring offense (36.1) and 12th in passing offense (275.4). In 2003 he directed USDs' west coast offense to 483.3 yards per game and a PFL best 39.9 points per game.
Tim came to USD from the University of Idaho where he was the Offensive Line Coach the past three seasons (2000 to 2002). The Vandals offense ranked 6th in the nation in 2001 and 8th in 2000. Prior to Idaho he gained coaching experience at San Jose State as offensive line coach (1999-2000); with the UNLV Rebels as running backs coach (1998); at Montana State as running backs coach (1993-98); and at Cal State Fullerton as a graduate assistant (1991-92). It was at Montana State where he launched his coaching career with a five-year stint and showed his versatility by coaching running backs, tight ends and the offensive line.
Drevno was a two-year starter at offensive guard at Cal State Fullerton and a member of the Titan Football Pride Club. He played with the Titans after a two-year all-Mission Conference career at El Camino College. While Drevno was at El Camino, the team won the 1987 national championship.
A native of Torrance, Calif., he graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 1992 with a degree in Criminal Justice. Drevno and his wife, Shannon, have three children - McKenna, Zachary and Baylee.
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