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Scott Brumett

Scott Brumett

Defensive Line

Email football@etsu.edu

 

On Feb. 12, 2015, ETSU head football coach Carl Torbush announced the addition of former Buccaneer standout Scott Brumett to the team’s coaching staff.

Brumett, who was a three-year starter for the Bucs from 2001 to 2003, will coach ETSU’s defensive line and returns to Johnson City after spending the past three seasons as defensive coordinator at Maryville College. Prior to his time at Maryville, Brumett made coaching stops at both Chattanooga and Brevard College.

Brumett was a three-year starter for the Buccaneers at outside linebacker. He paced the squad in tackles in 2002 and was second on the team in total stops in 2003. As the ETSU program disbanded, Brumett took his talents to Chapel Hill, N.C., and excelled as a senior tight end on the 2004 Tar Heel squad. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree requirements from North Carolina in 2005.

During his time at Maryville, Brumett’s 2012 MC unit paced the USA South Athletic Conference in Passing Efficiency Defense (92.91), Total Defense (340.30), Scoring Defense (21.60), and Passing Defense (149.90). His first season in the orange and garnet produced six All-USA South defensive all-conference performers. Brumett's defense repeated its success during the fall of 2013. Five All-USA South defensive honorees helped MC’s defense rank among the league’s best in Rushing Defense (129.2), Scoring Defense (22.8), Team Passing Efficiency (124.0), and Total Defense (345.0).

At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2007, Coach Brumett served as a defensive assistant coach while focusing on the development of the outside linebackers. He also assisted in the Moc’s punt return game where his returners were ranked second in the Southern Conference in punt return average and 15th nationally.

From 2008-2011, Brumett led Brevard College’s defense as the Tornado’s defensive coordinator. He developed 14 All-South Athletic Conference performers while his defense ranked in the top three in total defense within the league in three of his four seasons with the Tornados.