Joe DuPaix

Coaching ExperienceEdit

2011-present BYU running backs coach and recruiting coordinator; 2008-10 US Naval Academy slotbacks coach; 2004-07 Cal Poly offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach; 2001-03 Cal Poly quarterbacks coach; 1999-00 Riverton (UT) High assistant coach; 1998-99 Univ. of Missouri-Rolla quarterbacks and receivers coach.

Of NoteEdit

Navy compiled a record of 27-13 (.675) during DuPaix's three years in Annapolis, winning two Commander-In-Chief's Trophies, earning three bowl bids and ranking among the top 6 in the nation in rushing yards all three seasons. in 2008, Navy led the nation in average rushing yards per game with 293.38. In 2007 at Cal Poly, DuPaix directed an offense that ranked first nationally in total offense, averaging 487.1 yards per contest.

Playing CareerEdit

Played quarterback at Southern Utah in 1996 and 1997. He set an NCAA Division I-AA individual rushing record for yards by a quarterback during the 1996 season . He transferred to SUU from Snow College where he earned Junior College All-America honorable mention and was the MVP of the 1995 Real Dairy Bowl. He played football for his father, Roger, at Skyline High earning state MVP and a state title his senior year.


Southern Utah University (B.A. Physical Education, 1998)