Former Nebraska Assistant Tim Albin Named Offensive Coordinator At NDSU
FARGO, N.D. - North Dakota State University head grid coach Craig Bohl announced today that former University of Nebraska assistant coach TIM ALBIN has been named the offensive coordinator for the Bison.
That spot had been open since Dan Enos moved to the University of Cincinnati earlier this winter.
Albin was the running backs coach and passing game coordinator for the Cornhuskers this past season. He was a graduate assistant at Nebraska for three seasons (from 2000-02) and was the head coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State University for three seasons including a 13-0 record and a NAIA national championship in 1999.
He was named NAIA Football Coach of the Year by Rawlings and the American Football Coach Magazine as the Rangers recorded their first undefeated season in history. Albin's three squads posted a 25-8 record from 1997-99 including a 5-5 mark in 1997 and a 7-3 chart in 1998.
A graduate of Northwestern Oklahoma State in 1989, he played football for the Rangers where he was a three-time all-conference wide receiver and a three-time NAIA all-district performer.
He was a graduate assistant coach at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma and was elevated to the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach in 1992 and served there for two seasons.
He returned to Northwestern Oklahoma State in 1994 and served as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for three seasons before assuming the head coaching position.
A native of Woodward, Oklahoma, he received his master's degree from Northeastern State in 1991.
His family includes a daughter Tori (6) and a son Treyce (4).