2021-22 Football
Randy Sanders
Head Coach
Mike Rader, Ed.D.
Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers
Billy Taylor
Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers
Steve Brown
Defensive Backs / NFL Pro Liaison
Gary Downs
Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator
Dylan Lewellyn
Outside Linebackers
Matt McCutchan
Offensive Line
Price Partrick
Quarterbacks/Director of Football Operations
Bryan Stork
Tight Ends
Anthony Shakir
Defensive Line
Doug Blevins
Kicking Specialist
Dave Lawson
Assistant Athletic Director for Football Performance
Dallas Dickey
Offensive Quality Control
Dwight Evans
RAM Coach
Hunter Parker
Assistant to Football Operations / NFL Pro Liaison
Garrett Curtis
Defensive Quality Control
Jay Graham
Special Teams/Offensive Line Quality Control
Logan Marchi
Offensive Assistant
Caitlyn Harter, MS, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
Mason Gooch
Graduate Assistant - Strength & Conditioning
Rev. Vincent Dial
Team Chaplain
Full Roster
2021-22
Roster
Price Partrick

Price Partrick

Quarterbacks/Director of Football Operations

Email [email protected]

Entering his fourth season as the quarterbacks coach and director of football operations is Price Partrick. Partrick was added to the staff in the spring of 2018, having worked alongside the team for three campaigns.

The Bucs finished fifth in passing offense in the 2021 spring season, the highest finish under Partrick’s guidance. In his first three seasons, Partrick’s quarterbacks have accounted for 27 passing touchdowns, while completing 484-of-870 passes for 5,461 yards. The quarterbacks are completing just over 55% of pass attempts in the first three seasons under Partrick.

The 2021 spring season consisted of only six games with the Bucs splitting quarterback time between Tyler Riddell and Brock Landis. Both quarterbacks completed .500 percent or more of their passes wit Riddell leading the way at .610 percent and three touchdowns.

In 2019, Partrick led Trey Mitchell to a .558 percent completion percentage, which currently ranks sixth all-time in program history. Mitchell finished the year 148-of-265 with 1,616 passing yards and 11 touchdowns.

The 2018 season was one for the record books and would not have been possible without the captain, Austin Herink. Under the direction of Partrick, Herink finished the season with 1,825 passing yards and six touchdowns in 11 games played. Herink also rushed for four touchdowns. Herink has etched his name in the record books, finishing second all-time in pass attempts (1,048), completions (615), career completion percentage (.587), third in passing yards (6,994) and fifth in total touchdowns (33).

In 2018, the Bucs registered the fourth-most pass attempts in a single season in ETSU history with 379, completing 211 passes which also ranks fourth-most in a single season. The 2,482 passing yards ranks sixth all-time in a single season in ETSU history and was done so under the direction of Partrick.

Prior to joining the Bucs, Partrick spent four seasons on staff at Tennessee Tech from (2014-17). During his time in Cookeville, Partrick spent the 2017 season coaching outside linebackers and nickelbacks, along with serving as the Director of Football Operations. Partrick saw numerous roles in his time with the Golden Eagles, including coaching the tight end crew in 2016 and wide receivers/offensive quality control coach in 2015. Partrick began his coaching career as a student assistant in the 2014 season, working with the wide receivers at Tennessee Tech.

The Chattanooga native has ties to the Southern Conference as he spent time on The Citadel roster in 2010. From there, he transferred to Chattanooga to rehab from shoulder surgeries. Coach Watson Brown gave him a chance to play quarterback at Tennessee Tech the following season. After another shoulder surgery forced Partrick to miss the 2012 season, he then played in three games in 2013 before suffering a career-ending surgery, which allowed him the chance to begin his coaching career.  

Partrick received his bachelor’s degree in fitness and wellness from Tennessee Tech in 2014. The Chattanooga native lettered in both football and golf at Baylor High School.