Dave Patenaude - Developing a Freshman QBby Lauren's First and Goal
Coach Dave Patenaude demonstrates how he uses his concepts and tactics into the Georgia Tech Offense. He goes in depth about Quarterback practices and how to translate it to game time.
Coach Dave Patenaude is in his second season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Georgia Tech. Patenaude is a 29-year collegiate coaching veteran with 13 years of experience as an offensive coordinator at Georgia Tech (2019-pres.), Temple (2017-18), Coastal Carolina (2012-16), Georgetown (2010-11), Hofstra (2008-09) and Columbia (2001). He also served as head coach at New Haven for two seasons (2002-03). In his two seasons at Temple, the Owls had two of the three highest single-season passing totals in school history. In 2018, TU boasted one of the top two rushers in the American Athletic Conference. As well as one of the top three receivers in the AAC. Under Patenaude, Georgia Tech has also developed two National Football League draft picks on the offensive side of the ball. Under Patenaude’s direction, Temple put together two of the three highest single-season passing totals in school history. Coach Dave Patenaude also produced four finalists for the Walter Payton Award (NCAA Division I FCS Player of the Year) and three NFL draft picks at Coastal Caronlina.