Paul Randolph (Canadian football)

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Paul Randolph
Current position
TitleDefensive line coach
Team Texas Tech
Conference Big 12 Conference
Biographical details
Born (1966-06-22) June 22, 1966 (age 54)
Gainesville, Georgia
Alma mater UT Martin
Playing career
1984–1987 UT Martin
1988–1995 Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1996–1997 Montreal Alouettes
Position(s) Linebacker
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1998UT Martin (LB)
1999 Valdosta State (DL)
2000 Illinois State (DL/ST)
2001 Toledo (DL/ST)
2002 West Virginia (DL/ST)
2003–2005 Alabama (DE)
2006 Rice (AHC/DC/LB)
2007–2010 Tulsa (Co-DC/DL)
2011 Pittsburgh (Co-DC/DL)
2012–2014 Arizona State (Co-DC/DL)
2015Arizona State (Associate AD)
2016–2018 Memphis (DL)
2019–present Texas Tech (DL)

Paul Randolph (born June 22, 1966) is a former Canadian football linebacker in the Canadian Football League who played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, and Montreal Alouettes. He played college football for the UT Martin Skyhawks. [1]

Randolph is now the defensive line coach for the Texas Tech Red Raiders. [2]

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References

  1. "Stats". www.justsportsstats.com.
  2. "Memphis' Randolph named Texas Tech DL coach". ESPN.com. 6 January 2019.