QB Skill Development Coach
Gerry Gdowski spent 33 years as a player and coach in College Football. His playing career culminated as the starting Quarterback and co-captain for Nebraska and legendary Head Coach Tom Osborne in 1989. He earned Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year, 1st Team All-Conference, Academic All-American in route to a Conference Championship, Fiesta Bowl appearance, and a 10-2 overall record. He also broke 11 school records, led the nation in Passer Rating, threw 19 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions, and rushed for 925 yards.
The 1989 season culminated in being drafted in the 8th Round of the 1990 Draft by New Orleans. He eventually moved into coaching and quickly moved up the ranks from offensive assistant to Offensive Coordinator across his stops at Nebraska, South Dakota State, New Mexico State, Ohio, and Vanderbilt. His tutelage of Quarterbacks along the way helped build a reputation as a catalyst for winning programs utilizing great recruiting and development.