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Coach Chris Miller

Offensive Coordinator - XFL Houston Roughnecks

Education

  • High School Head Coaching Career
  • 85-33 Career Win-Loss Record
  • 52-12 Win-Loss Record at West Linn HS (2014-2018)
  • 3x Coach of the Year
  • 2016 State Championship
  • 2015 State Runners-Up
  • 2014, 2017, 2018 Stare Quarterfinals
  • ONLY 6A football program in the state of Oregon to make State Quarterfinals or better in last five years 
College Career
  • Played QB at University of Oregon
  • First Team All-PAC 10 1985 & 1986
  • Played in Blue-Grey, Hula Bowl, and Senior Bowl All-Star games
  • Hula Bowl MVP
  • Senior Bowl - Offensive Player of the Game

Professional Career

  • First Round Draft Pick in 1987 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons 13th pick overall
  • 1989 Lowest QB Interception rate in NFL 1.9%
  • 1991 Led the Falcons to their first playoff win in 11 years
  • Played in 1991 Pro-Bowl. Threw Jerry Rice game-winning TD Pass
  • Voted into 1992 Pro-Bowl. Didn’t play due to injury
  • 1992 2nd in NFL QB Rating to 49ers QB, Steve Young
  • Coached Quarterbacks for Arizona Cardinals from 2009-2011
  • Drafted in the 17th Round in the 1983 MLB Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays
  • Drafted in the 5th Round in the 1984 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners
  • Played Minor League Baseball for Seattle Mariners in 1985


Associate Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks - Oklahoma Baptist University

Shawnee native Brayle Brown joined the OBU coaching staff in 2019 as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator. Following a record-setting season by the Bison offense, he was promoted to associate offensive coordinator.

Prior to joining the OBU staff, Brown spent the previous year as a graduate assistant coaching running backs at Midwestern State in Wichita Falls, Texas, and served one season as a graduate assistant at Avila University, an NAIA program in Kansas City, Missouri.
 
After starring for Shawnee High School, Brown played college football at the University of Louisiana Monroe, appearing in 24 games, including two starts, during his sophomore and junior campaigns.
 
During his prep career he earned all-district and all-state honors his junior season, helping lead the  Wolves to the conference championship and an undefeated regular season. Brown finished his SHS career with over 4,000 yards passing, 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving and holds the school’s single-season records for total yards, total touchdowns, passing touchdowns, passing yards and completion percentage, as well as the career records in total points, total touchdowns and passing yards.
 
A multi-sport standout, he also lettered in basketball and baseball and was an all-conference selection in baseball for the Wolves.

Coach Brayle Brown

Coach Brayden "Cub" Scott

QB Impact - Arkansas

Talequah Sequoyah High School (Talequah, Oklahoma)
Career:

- Four year starter, only lost 6 games as a starter
- Oklahoma All State
- #1 Quarterback junior and senior year
- Rated the #23 quarterback in the nation by Rivals
- Elite 11 Finalist
- Earned 24 D-1 Scholarships
- High School All-American
- Team USA Captain

University of Memphis Career:

- 2014 Ameican League Champions
- Miami Beach Bowl Champions

Missouri Southern State University Career:

- Played Quarterback and strong safety
- Set multiple records at MSSU: most touchdowns thrown in a single game (6,7), only player in MSSU history to throw a touchdown, run a touchdown, and catch a touchdown in a signel game while recording a sack on defense. Also, hold the record for most rushing touchdowns in a single game (4,5).

Coaching Experience: 

Kentucky Chrisitan University as a quarterback coach.
Playing 3 quarterbacks and lead the league in touchdowns. 

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College running backs coach. Had the #1 rushing stats in the conference. 
Quarterback Coach - East Central University

Kris McCullough joins the East Central University football staff as the Quarterback's Coach for the 2018 season.

McCullough spent the last season as the running backs coach at Fairmont State. He will also assist with special teams and serve as the video coordinator for the Falcons.
 
Prior to his time at Fairmont State, he spent the previous spring as a quality control coach at Old Dominion. 

McCullough is no stranger to the Great American Conference as he served on the Henderson State coaching staff starting in January 2015. He was on the Reddies offensive coaching staff and played a vital role in recruiting and game film breakdown.
 
A native of Pine Bluff, Ark., McCullough earned a bachelor’s of Integrated Studies degree from Henderson State with a 3.74 GPA in integrated studies and is currently working toward a master’s degree in sports administration at Arkansas State University.
 
McCullough is engaged to Hannah Wahls of Arkadelphia, Ark. The couple plans to get married in June of 2018.

Coach Kris McCullough

Coach Mike Brown

QB Impact - Arizona

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