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Allan Johnson
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John Ellis Davis
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Marcus Satterfield

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Marcus Satterfield was named ETSU's offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach on Jan. 11, 2018. Satterfield, a Buccaneer wide receiver from 1995-1998, returns to Johnson City with 19 years of coaching experience, which includes stops at Chattanooga, Tennessee, Richmond, Western Carolina, UT Martin, Temple and Tennessee Tech.

“Coach Sanders has been a close friend and mentor to me for many years,” said Satterfield. “I consider it a great honor and privilege to be able to return to my alma mater and help build ETSU into a championship level football program.”

 

Satterfield’s most recent stint was at Tennessee Tech where he served as head coach from 2016-17. In 2016, Satterfield led the Golden Eagles to their first winning conference season since 2011 as Tennessee Tech went 5-3 in the Ohio Valley Conference.

Prior to Tech, Satterfield was the offensive coordinator at Temple from 2013-15 where he helped guide the Owls to historic marks. In his first year at Temple, Satterfield’s offense averaged nearly 400 yards per game, which was the most by an Owl team since 1979. Temple earned the 2015 American Athletic Conference east division title en route to posting a 10-win season and a 27-10 win over Penn State – the first over the Nittany Lions in 73 years.

Satterfield also had offensive coordinator roles at Chattanooga (2009-12) and UT Martin (2006-07). In 2010, Satterfield’s Chattanooga offense averaged 430 yards and scored 49 touchdowns, which ranked 11th nationally. During his time at UT Martin, the Skyhawks led the OVC in scoring offense in 2007 and 2008, while also leading the league in total offense in 2007.

Satterfield began his coaching career at Chattanooga in 1999, before becoming a graduate assistant under Coach Phillip Fulmer and Coach Sanders at Tennessee from 2002-03. He then had stops as a wide receivers coach at Richmond (2004) and Western Carolina (2005).

As a player, Satterfield totaled 115 receptions for 1,197 yards and seven touchdowns for the Buccaneers. Satterfield hauled in 52 catches for 492 yards and four touchdowns to help guide the Blue and Gold to their 1996 playoff appearance. Satterfield’s 115 receptions are tied for sixth, while his 52 receptions in 1996 rank 10th all-time in program history.